Using the change-of-base formula, evaluate the logarithm. Round your result

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sing the change-of-base formula, evaluate the logarithm. Round your result to three decimal places. \(\displaystyle{{\log}_{{36}}{\left({25}\right)}}\)

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\(\displaystyle{{\log}_{{36}}{\left({25}\right)}}={\frac{{{{\log}_{{10}}{\left({25}\right)}}}}{{{{\log}_{{10}}{\left({36}\right)}}}}}={0.898}\)
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