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Logarithm properties : Proof: log_a (B) = (log_x (B))/(log_x (A))

By: Sal Khan

Proof of the logarithm property log_a (B) = (log_x (B))/(log_x (A))

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Sum of Logarithms with Same Base

By: Sal Khan, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Sum of Logarithms with Same Base

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Richter Scale

By: Sal Khan

The basics of the logarithmic Richter and Moment Magnitude Scales to measure earthquakes

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Using Multiple Logarithm Properties to Simplify

By: Sal Khan, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Using Multiple Logarithm Properties to Simplify

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Proof: A(log B) = log (B^A), log A - log B ...

By: Sal Khan

Proofs of the logarithm properties: A(log B) = log (B^A) and log A - log B = log (A/B)

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Proof: log a + log b = log ab

By: Sal Khan

Proof of the logarithm property: log a + log b = log ab

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Change of Base Formula

By: Sal Khan, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Change of Base Formula

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Introduction to logarithm properties

By: Sal Khan

Introduction to the first two logarithm properties.

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Logarithmic Equations

By: Sal Khan, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Logarithmic Equations

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Logarithm properties : Logarithm of a Power

By: Sal Khan, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Logarithm of a Power

Log-a-what? No, this tutorial is about neither chopped wood nor music (actually logarithms do have applications in music), but it is fascinating nonetheless. You know how to take an exponent. Now you can think about what exponent you have to raise a numbe

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Smoley's Tables; Parallel Tables of Logarithms and Squares, Diagra...

By: Smoley, C. K. (Constantine Kenneth), 1869-1956
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Brain Teasers : Liar Truth-teller Brain Teaser

By: Sal Khan

How to get correct advice when you can only ask one question from either a liar or a truth-teller (when you don't know who is what)

Random logic puzzles and brain teasers. Fun to do and useful for many job interviews!

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A Treatise of Plane Trigonometry. To Which Is Prefixed a Summary V...

By: Day, Jeremiah

With this are bound: (2) Day, Jeremiah. A practical application of the principles of geometry. 1825; (3) Day, Jeremiah. The mathematical principles of navigation and surveying. 1824; (4) Dutton, M. R. An elementary treatise on conic secitons. 1824

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Four Place Tables of Logarithms and Trigonometric Functions, With ...

By: Huntington, E. V. (Edward Vermilye), 1874-1952
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Six place logarithmic tables

By: American School (Lansing, Ill. ); Wells, Webster, 1851-1916

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature

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Table for Interconversion of Miles and Logarithms of Meters, For D...

By: Geological Survey (U.S.); Gannett, Samuel S. (Samuel Stinson), 1861-1939
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Funfstellige Vollstandige Logarithmische und Trigonometrische Tafe...

By: Gauss, F. G. (Friedrich Gustav), 1829-1915

Memorial day addresses.

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Nouvelles tables de logarithmes à cinq décimales pour les lignes t...

By: France. Armée. Service géographique;

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection;

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A New Manual of Logarithms to Seven Places of Decimals

By: Bruhns, Karl Christian, 1830-1881
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Tables de Logarithmes a 12 Decimales, Jusqu'A 434 Milliards

By: Namur, Albert Joseph, 1817-1880.; Mansion, Paul, 1844; Academie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux Arts de Belgique
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