If the log (x) = -7.65, how do you find x?

Damien Horton 2022-07-28 Answered
If the log ( x ) = 7.65, how do you find x?
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Shelby Strong
Answered 2022-07-29 Author has 9 answers
remember: log ( x ) means log 10 ( x )
log property: a log 10 ( x ) = x
log 10 ( x ) = 7.65
10 log 10 ( x ) = 10 7.65
x = 10 7.65
x=0.000000023872 or 2.23872 × 10 8
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Makena Preston
Answered 2022-07-30 Author has 3 answers
1. log ( x ) = 7.65
2. 10 log ( x ) = 10 7.65 ---> when 10 to the powerof log, log and 10 cancel each other.
3. X = 10 7.65
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