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Trave11er said:You can ask "Is the logaritm of 10 with this number as a base is bigger then 3?". Answer will be
-yes if it is 2 (because log(10) by base 2 equals 3,32)
-no for 3 (log(10) by base 3 equals 2,1)
-I don't know for 1 (because log(10) by base 1 is undefined).
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