Logarithms | Logarithms | Algebra II | Khan Academy


Intro to logarithms. Learning that logarithms are just a way of expressing “the exponent that you have to raise a base to to get another number”

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20 Replies to “Logarithms | Logarithms | Algebra II | Khan Academy”

  1. i had testicular aids and my great uncle was diagnosed a coconut but after i saw this video, my jellybeans turned green

  2. I’m in 8th grade and man there still teaching how to solve inequalities and equations

    Like damn they think we’re stupid

    This is easy af and I’m sure teachers in my junior year (future) would take 5 months reviewing algebra 1 and the rest of the year doping around

  3. Thank you so much! I have my exam soon and our teacher hated every one of us and explained absolutely terribly. I didn’t understand this chapter throughout the entire year and you’ve finally helped me understand it IN 7 MINUTES. Our teacher couldn’t do it in a year!

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