The instructions say that, without a calculator, I have to find the exact value of each. I don't know how to do it at all, and no the last one is not a mistake. That;s what my book says exactly. I know it is odd.
ln √(e)
ln(e)^3
log√(2) 4
The instructions say that, without a calculator, I have to find the exact value of each. I don't know how to do it at all, and no the last one is not a mistake. That;s what my book says exactly. I know it is odd.
ln √(e)
ln(e)^3
log√(2) 4
Okiedoke, for that one I'd use the change of base rule. I'm using log 2 as both numbers are powers of 2 but any base that is greater than 1 works
$\displaystyle log_{\sqrt2}(4) = \frac{log_2(4)}{log(\sqrt2)} = \frac{log_2(2^2)}{log_2(2^{1/2})} = \frac{2}{\frac{1}{2}} = 4$