Series for log_2(x)?

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Hello all,

I am aware that we can write ln(x) as a series.
But what can we say for a logarithm of an arbitrary base?

Can we write for example log_2(x) as series?

Thanks in advance..
 
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Remember that the logarithm in base b of a number is just a constant multiple of the natural logarithm of the number, specifically: logb(x) = ln(x)/ln(b).
 
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Oh yes, of course!! Thanks a lot..
 

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