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I'm reading a book and there is a section about rules to do with logarithms but one of them I don't understand, it is very wordy and I just can't get what it means.
It says "The logarithm of the power of a number is that power multiplied by the logarithm." I really don't understand what that means, can anyone who does break it down for me?
It says "The logarithm of the power of a number is that power multiplied by the logarithm." I really don't understand what that means, can anyone who does break it down for me?