Logarithm Rules and Properties

The problems in this lesson cover logarithm rules and properties of logarithms. For example, there are three basic logarithm rules: log base b of MN = log base b of M + log base b of N; log base b of M/N = log base b of M - log base b of N; and log base b of M^k = k log base b of M. It's important to understand that each of our log rules can also be stated the other way around. For example, log base b of M + log base b of N = log base b of MN. A self-test in this lesson serves as an interactive properties of logarithms worksheet.

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