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    Cool How do I write this equa. to show it in terms or a common logarithm?

    Problem: Show that the given function can be written in terms of common logarithms as s(h) = (2/log e) (log h+2)
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    Quote Originally Posted by runner940 View Post
    Problem: Show that the given function can be written in terms of common logarithms as s(h) = (2/log e) (log h+2)
    change of base formula ...

    \log_b{a} = \frac{\log{a}}{\log{b}}

    where the right side is any base you desire.
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