If the power law of logarithms can be defined as $\displaystyle logaM^n = nlogaM$, then how do I find n? i.e. n = ?
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Originally Posted by damo12 If the power law of logarithms can be defined as $\displaystyle logaM^n = nlogaM$, then how do I find n? i.e. n = ? You cannot find n....unless the value of Log(a)[M^n] is given. Let us say Log(a)[M^n] = C Then, n*Log(a)[M]= C n = C / Log(a)[M]
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