Originally posted by joe shmoThe result is the same, regardless of the base. If he meant log10, then just replace accordingly.
I'm curious as to how everyone neglected to change from log base 10 to the natural log base?...or am I missing something?
as far as i can see
lg(x) =/= ln(x)
Originally posted by joe shmoYou had a point, though. I did misread the initial problem. I'm not used to lg notation as I usually use log or ln for natural logarithm and log10 for base 10 (and logb for base b...). It just doesn't change as the actual base for the logarithm isn't used, just general logarithm properties.
ok,...so I was missing something.