Compare the structures of the buildings and the properties of the materials used to make them. Look and read. In the following diagram showing the layout if frames 2. Now rewrite the above statements using the adverbs of frequency introduced in exercise 1: Examples: Buildings usually have doors.Expand the following logarithmic expression: log(16x 2 y 2) 1/3. First off, we can pull that exponent out: Now we can think of the stuff inside the log as 16x 2 y 2 = (4xy) 2, which means we can move that 2 to the front of the log and multiply it by the fraction that's already chilling there: Split the log into three mini-logs using the sum of logs rule: The binary logarithm is, of course, mostly used in computer science, e.g. for representing data units. When using our logarithm calculator you need to enter a "Base" of 10 for the common logarithm, 2 for the binary logarithm, and leave the "Base" field empty to get the natural logarithm calculated. 84 Properties of Logarithms 2011 6 April 27, 2011 From your activity, you should have discovered the following properties: You can use the properties of logarithms to rewrite logarithmic expressions.