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WHen dealing with logarithms, how can you change from one base to another?
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Formula for changing log bases,

for example Logx , to base b= Log x/Log b , to new base (a).

Basically for  a new base (a), the formula says it is equal to the log of the number in the new base divided by the log of the old base in the new base.
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