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69 530 views | 20 Sep. 2018

How to read a base 10 log

Salem

Thank you bro.

Anthony Tsai

thanks! That was really helpful

Karina San

Thank you so much! This was very helpful.

TeacherToolkitDemo

Good video. Well done.

Ainy Munnee

thank you sooooooo much !!!!!

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13 923 views | 15 Nov. 2016

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guada junco

thank you so much!! from Argentina

mark anthony lagrosa

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Fybre Melts

Great video!

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27 466 views | 13 Sep. 2016

What’s the difference

FrozenExplosion

1.5 speed does the trick....

A Kumar

I have seen people using Natural Log "log (p2/p1)", while calculating daily returns of stock/Index for long period data (15-20 years), instead of using '(p2 - p1)/p1'. Could not know very good reason.

Is it more accurate to use Natural Log ?

Can you make a Video on this in detail for benefit of all of us.

Rgds.

caveymoley

Okay, but what is the purpose of logarithmic vs Arithmetic ? :/

Mathew AM

Do you know Metatrader.4 Platform using which one the Linear or the Logarithmic ?

vinny1010

Crypto charts are perfect example of when to use the LOG Scale

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very nice video thank you so much, i get my concept clear

directed by david lynch

Great video! Thanks! This Geometric Mean Equation. How is it derived? What does the geometric mean have to do with log?

middle point between 1 and 10 should be 5 -_- . arrrr

Nice explanation

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can i share this video to my student

Can you teach us Structural analysis or structural design steel , foundation Eng? Sir?

Love from India

Very nice advaice,thanks

Great video, I understand it perfectly now!

Thank you very much for clear explanation!

Thanks

Wow, easy when you know. Thanks so much!

Thanks

Thanks mate

As a Grade 5/Year 6 maths teacher, who is interested in the use of log scales in financial analysis, I thought this was an excellent explanation.

Sir very good explanation

You are a boss bro!

Very clear, thanks!

Thank you. This video helped lots

Very nice! Thank you very much. This is missing part from mine and the mathematics books.

thank you so much

I can finally say I love log scale. I didn't understand it for many years.

Thank you so much.You gave me homework to send.

Great video, really helpful and to the point.

Thank you very much Sir...It really helped a lot ???

Simple and easy.. Love it!

good shit bro,, thanks

thnks bro

Great job - thx for sharing.

Very good explanation. Thanks!

Very good video

Thanks!

Thanks so much for posting! Clear, concise, very helpful. Much appreciated!

Thanku Sir

(3:20) how does the arithmetic go with a different base?

For example e-base?

Nice explanation. thanks for the video.

What this video showed for in 2 minutes made me understood what I couldn't in a lecture for 2 hours...

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x=10^a m=10^((a+b)/2) y=10^b

m=10^((a+b)/2)

m=sqrt(10^(a+b))

m=sqrt(10^a*10^b)

m=sqrt(x*y)

Thank you for the video. It was clear and I learned the trick with the square root

Thanks a million! This video has made everything so clear to me!

can you show how to read the hiesler charts theyre so confusing

3.16 is should be at the middle because u said we cant look this graph linearly

awsome explanation, thanks a lot!

I really enjoyed this video. Reminded me of past days.

How do you plot 0 on the semi log scale

Sir why you use geometric mean please explain

Appreciated :)

May Allah guide you on the straight path

Very nice explanation and so nice to hear etcetera pronounced correctly!

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Thanks alot

Thanks man, never learned this when we had logs. Now at university I needed to read a logscale and I just couldn't get my head around it. Thanks!

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Mid point between 2 tick marks x & y on logarithmic scale is called "geometric mean" and to calculate it you take square root of (x × y)

Very nice clear explanation that is easy to understand

grt sir

So useful and easy to remember! Thank you so much!