# Logarithms

The logarithm is the inverse operation of exponentiation. It is used to do calculations without any calculating device. The calculating machines are failed in some cases even though we are in a very advanced stage technically but logarithms never fail. So, it is essential for everyone to learn logarithmic mathematics.

## Basics

There are three basic mathematical concepts to start learning the logarithms in mathematics. So, let’s learn each of them to begin studying the logarithms.

#### Exponents Learn the concept of the exponents from basics to advanced level with problems.

#### Introduction Introduction to the logarithm to learn how to express the quantities in logarithms.

#### Relationship Learn the mathematical relationship between exponents and logarithms.

### Systems Learn how to define a logarithmic system with understandable examples and a list of some popular logarithmic systems.

### Intermediate Level

There are three more concepts to upgrade your knowledge on logarithms to the next level. Now, let’s learn each of them with understandable examples.

#### Terms Learn how to express the quantities in the form of logarithmic terms.

#### Operations Learn how to perform the basic mathematical operations with log terms.

#### Identities Learn the mathematical relationship between exponents and logarithms.

Learn how to use your mathematical knowledge on the logarithms in mathematics.

#### Expressions Learn how to simplify the logarithmic expressions to evaluate them.

#### Equations Learn how to solve the logarithmic equations for finding the variables.

#### Inequations Learn how to solve the logarithmic inequations to evaluate the variables.

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