I have a TI-83 Plus and I don't know how to make, say: "log 1/3" where the "1/3" is sub to the "log".

Any help?

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- July 7th 2008, 01:26 PMmankvill"Sub" Logarithmic Equations
I have a TI-83 Plus and I don't know how to make, say: "log 1/3" where the "1/3" is sub to the "log".

Any help? - July 7th 2008, 01:30 PMo_O
First off you have to take the log of

*something*, ex.:

As for inputing different logarithmic bases into your calculator, here's a useful property:

where c can be any number.

So for your calculator, you'll either be considering c = 10 (denoted just log on the calculator) or c = e (where )

Example:

(base 10 is implied). - July 7th 2008, 01:31 PMmankvill
...so what buttons do I push to put in the sub? (Doh)

- July 7th 2008, 01:35 PMo_O
Don't know if you saw my edited post but I posted an example.

- July 7th 2008, 01:36 PMmankvill
Oh, I didn't see that.

I understand now! Thanks a ton. (Rock)