Aren't they the same?
BTW, while I understand you, I'm used to seeing used for the natural log.
Hi all, I have the following formula
and I have to get 't' as the subject so I thought I would divide the right hand side by -cLoge to get this
However, my textbook says the answer is
Could someone please explain why my method wasn't correct?
Thanks very much
Ahh yes, so they are - don't understand why the textbook didn't just do it the way its been teaching me so far, but at least I know I hadn't actually made a mistake.
The example I was doing was a demonstration of using both common logs vs natural logs - just hadn't got to the natural log part example yet.
thanks for your help, much appreciated.