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Can't chang the logbase

I looked in the instructional book that came on the calculator and it said to type on the problem and then select logbase and put in the base number. However, whenever I attempted it, I got syntax eror. If you could give me a step by step instructional I would much appreciate it!

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    Here is an example of a problem I have to solve. Logbase 3 X 9^logbase3^27

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It's 2*3=6 but about the base, you can't change it in the calculators the default base it's 10 so log x it's Logbase 10^x here some logs:

log x base y = log x / log y
log (x*y) = log x + log y
log (x/y) = log x - log y
in your example log 9 base 3 = log 9 / log 3 etc.
hope you get it, and it was helpful

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