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Change of Base - Change the following to the indicated base

$\log_{2}(4)$ to base $8$
$\log_{10}(14)$ to base $2$
$\log_{16}(4)$ to base $10$
$\log_{x}(8)$ to base $y$
$\log_{y}(x)$ to base $x$
in Grade 12 Maths by Diamond (50,516 points) | 20 views

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Log x, to base b = Log x/Log b , to new base c.

log4=  log4/log2 , to base 8

log14= log14/log10  , to base 2

log4= log4/log16 , to base 10

log8= log8/logx , to base y

logx= logx/logy , to base x, = 1/logy

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