A mathematical function that represents the inverse operation of exponentiation. It calculates the exponent to which a fixed base must be raised to obtain a given value. Commonly used in various fields, including mathematics, science, and engineering, to represent quantities that change exponentially, such as growth rates, signal amplitudes, and data compression. View Solution Guide

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