**Logarithms Complete Tutorial**

Watch the videos and have fun learning about logarithms!

**Expanding Logarithms**

## Using the properties of Logs

**Condensing Logarithms**

## Using the properties of Logs

**What is a logarithm?**

**Logarithms – What do I need to learn?**

- How to solve logarithms without a calculator.
- How to expand logarithms – Using the properties of logs
- How to condense logarithms – Using the properties of logs
- How to solve logarithmic equations.

**Properties of Logarithms**

**Power property**

The exponent or constant can be switched.

**Quotient property**

Two logs with a minus sign in the middle can be written as a single log with a quotient.

**Product Property**

Two logarithms with a plus sign can be written as a single log with a product.

**Change of base property**

**Log properties**

**Natural log properties**

**Common application of logarithms**

There are many applications of logarithms, but one of the most familiar is measuring earthquakes on the Richter scale. This is extremely useful, because the logarithmic scale allows use to measure earthquakes which can vary drastically in intensity. The logarithmic scale has a very small range (1-10) despite wide ranging intensity of all earthquakes. Each one point increase on the Richter scale means the earthquake is 10 times more powerful. An earthquake measured at 6.0 on the Richter scale is considered strong. However, 6.0 quakes pale in comparison to a 7.0 quake (which is 10x stronger) or an 8.0 quake (which is 100x stronger).

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