I agree with austinvishal on this one. Taking logs to base 10 (as we old-timers used to do all the time before they came up with these newfangled electronic thingies), we want to find . So we should take n = 481.
I agree with austinvishal on this one. Taking logs to base 10 (as we old-timers used to do all the time before they came up with these newfangled electronic thingies), we want to find . So we should take n = 481.