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    solving logs with calculator

    how do i plug in f(x)=log2 x where x=32
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    Quote Originally Posted by VNVeteran View Post
    how do i plug in f(x)=log2 x where x=32

    What kind of calculator do you have?
    If the log_2-key is missing use ln(x) divided by ln(2) instead.

    Because log_2 x =\frac{ln(x)}{ln(2)}
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    Quote Originally Posted by VNVeteran View Post
    how do i plug in f(x)=log2 x where x=32
    Are you meant to use a calculator? Perhaps you're meant to notice that 32 = 2^5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapha View Post
    What kind of calculator do you have?
    If the log_2-key is missing use ln(x) divided by ln(2) instead.

    Because log_2 x =\frac{ln(x)}{ln(2)}
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