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Pharrahnox

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## Homework Statement

I am wondering how you are meant to solve something like log_10(x)^2 = 0. What does multiplying and dividing do to the log function algebraically, I can easily tyoe into a calculator, but I don't know how to work it out on paper. My text book does not cover how to do these types of questions, but it does have those types of questions.

## Homework Equations

The other log rules, maybe?

## The Attempt at a Solution

It can be re-written as log_10(x)*log_10(x), but it really doesn't get me very far. I have tried a whole bunch of different methods, including rearranging some of the log rules, but to no avail.