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AbsoluteZer0

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Hello all,

Am I right in assuming that [itex]log(\frac{3}{5}) = \frac{log3}{log5}[/itex]?

Thanks,

Am I right in assuming that [itex]log(\frac{3}{5}) = \frac{log3}{log5}[/itex]?

Thanks,

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AbsoluteZer0

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Hello all,

Am I right in assuming that [itex]log(\frac{3}{5}) = \frac{log3}{log5}[/itex]?

Thanks,

Am I right in assuming that [itex]log(\frac{3}{5}) = \frac{log3}{log5}[/itex]?

Thanks,

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Tanya Sharma

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Hello all,

Am I right in assuming that [itex]log(\frac{3}{5}) = \frac{log3}{log5}[/itex]?

Thanks,

No...This is wrong .

Remember log(a/b) = loga - logb and log(ab) = loga + logb

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