# How to evaluate a logarithm

Math can be difficult to understand, but it's important to learn How to evaluate a logarithm.

## How to Evaluate Logarithms

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## Evaluating Logarithms

Step 1, Isolate the logarithm. Use inverse operations to move any part of the equation that is not part of the logarithm to the opposite side of the equation. Example: log3(x

## Evaluating Logarithmic Expressions

Well, if 2 to the third power is 8, 8 to the one-third power is equal to 2. So x is equal to 1/3. 8 to the one-third power is equal to 2, or you could say the cube root of 8 is 2. So in this case, x is 1/3. This logarithm

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Learn how to evaluate logarithms using the quick method discussed in this tutorial by Mario's Math Tutoring. We discuss how to use the concept of 'exponenti

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