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Y=log(x-3) what would be the base?

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Travelstead238

By definition, if : [latex]a^y = b[/latex] [latex]y = log_a b[/latex] We highlight the following elements: a = Base of the logarithm; b = logarithmand or antilogarithm y = logarithm Therefore: Note that since the base was not specified, we know that it is equal to 10. [latex]y = log_a b[/latex] [latex]y = log_{10} (x-3)[/latex] [latex]10^y = (x-3)[/latex] Answer: Base of the logarithm = 10

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