**Square Root Of 1000**

What is a 1000 square root logarithm? ۔

I know the answer is 3/2, but do you understand?

Log (10ÃÂ³) 1/2.

log10 3/2.

Bring exhibitors and newspapers and cancel 10.

You get 3/2.

Help for example !!!

The square root of the logarithm.

Suppose the logarithm is base 10:

Log [Base 10] (Square (100))

First, if the square root is like power (1/2), then

Log [base 10] (1000 (1/2))

With one of our datalog IDs, we can take energy out of the data log. In this case, we can move out (1/2) to get.

(1/2) Log [Base 10] (1000)

Note that 1000 is equal to 10 x 3.

(1/2) Log [Base 10] (10 3)

And we can do with 3 what we did with (1/2).

(1/2) (3) tree trunk [base 10] (10)

As long as the base log matches the arguments, the answer is 1.

(1/2) (3) (1)

What gives us?

3/2.

Natural stems always have a base of ten. Therefore, this log (10) will be 1000, which is 3/2. equal to

Square logs (1000)

= Record (1000) (1/2)

= (1/2) Logs (1000)

= (1/2) * 3.

= 3/2.