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3.7: Properties of Logarithms

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Condensing logs Condensing logs refers to the process of combining two individual logarithms into a single logarithm.
Expanding logs Expanding logs refers to the process of splitting a single log into two separate and simpler logs.
log "log" is the shorthand term for 'the logarithm of', as in "\log_b n" means "the logarithm, base b, of n."
Logarithm A logarithm is the inverse of an exponential function and is written \log_b a=x such that b^x=a.
Logarithmic A function or expression is logarithmic if it contains a logarithm.

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