I need help logging in

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On the Gmail sign-in page, click the "Can't access your account?" link.

Posted on Nov 17, 2013

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SOURCE: Gmail Login problem

check your browser, try with other browser , sometimes only browser problem

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

SOURCE: not able to log into Gmail

Gmail could care less if you have a Unix PC, 64bit Vista or cell phone. It's something with the PC or connection. Have you tried it on another PC? What's the error message? There is a "less secure" connection it allows you to use if the login takes too long.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

SOURCE: For some reason I can't log in to gmail one specific computer

Hi,

perform a browser reset by going into: tools - internet options - advanced - reset.

2. remove all the tool bars from add or remove programs.( like google , yahoo tool bars)

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

SOURCE: can't log into gmail...no isp issue, no connection issue... what is error -27?

I cant log my old gmail account

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

Click the little gear icon in the upper-right then click "Log Out."

Jan 23, 2014 | Facebook Social Network

I calculators __you can't__ change or set the base of 'log' is __default 10__ so you need to know these:

log x (base y) = log x / log y

when log x it's automatic log x (base 10) here some examples:

log 8 (base 2) = log 8 / log 2

log 27 (base 3) = log 27 / log 3

and the base it's default 10 again, and that is how you need to use it in calculators(no bases), and here the explanation to this:

log x (base y) = log x (base 10) / log y (base 10) = (log x / log 10) / (log y / log 10) = (log x / log 10) * (log 10 / log y) = log x / log y

here so other stuff about 'log' :

log (x*y) = log x + log y

log (x/y) = log x - log y

Hope it's helped**☺**

log x (base y) = log x / log y

when log x it's automatic log x (base 10) here some examples:

log 8 (base 2) = log 8 / log 2

log 27 (base 3) = log 27 / log 3

and the base it's default 10 again, and that is how you need to use it in calculators(no bases), and here the explanation to this:

log x (base y) = log x (base 10) / log y (base 10) = (log x / log 10) / (log y / log 10) = (log x / log 10) * (log 10 / log y) = log x / log y

here so other stuff about 'log' :

log (x*y) = log x + log y

log (x/y) = log x - log y

Hope it's helped

on Jul 07, 2009 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

I have to assume you mean logging into a web site of some kind.

The 'code' that you type in IS NOT THE PROBLEM. That is only to prove you are human and not a computer trying to access the site.

The Problem is the log in info you are using. The Log In NAME and PASSWORD need to be correct. The extra funny looking info [code] is not the log in info, just human proof.

You may need to follow a link for 'Forgotten Password' or 'Log in name' to help you log in.

Hope this helps.

The 'code' that you type in IS NOT THE PROBLEM. That is only to prove you are human and not a computer trying to access the site.

The Problem is the log in info you are using. The Log In NAME and PASSWORD need to be correct. The extra funny looking info [code] is not the log in info, just human proof.

You may need to follow a link for 'Forgotten Password' or 'Log in name' to help you log in.

Hope this helps.

May 20, 2011 | Computers & Internet

1 EE 14 LOG / 2 +<>- =

Jun 25, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Hello

When you talk about the natural logarithms [LN], the inverse of the log is the exponential

ln (exp(x))=exp(ln(x)) =x

but with othe logarithms, thinhs are different

Let us take

**y=10^(x)**

then with log standing as usual for log in base 10 take the log of both members in the above equality

log(y) =log{10^(x)) = x* log(10) : this is a property of the log function.

However, log(10) =1 This is also a property of the log

Gathering results, we end up with the new equality

log(y)=x or x=log(y)

Without entering into extraneous details that mathematicians adore, we can state that there is an equivalenve between y=10^(x) and x=log(y)

**y=10^(x) <-->x=log(y)** where <--> means implication in both directions.

Here is a screen capture from another calculator to convinve you. Your calculator cannot do that.

Hope it helps.

When you talk about the natural logarithms [LN], the inverse of the log is the exponential

ln (exp(x))=exp(ln(x)) =x

but with othe logarithms, thinhs are different

Let us take

then with log standing as usual for log in base 10 take the log of both members in the above equality

log(y) =log{10^(x)) = x* log(10) : this is a property of the log function.

However, log(10) =1 This is also a property of the log

Gathering results, we end up with the new equality

log(y)=x or x=log(y)

Without entering into extraneous details that mathematicians adore, we can state that there is an equivalenve between y=10^(x) and x=log(y)

Here is a screen capture from another calculator to convinve you. Your calculator cannot do that.

Hope it helps.

Oct 06, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

It's simple 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

you just need to know that the default base of log in calculators is 10, so log x mean

log x base 10 = log x / log 10,

so write log x / log y for log x base y example:

log 8 base 2 = log 8 / log 2 that is how you write it on calculator, hope it was helpful

log x base y = log x / log y

log (x*y) = log x + log y

log (x/y) = log x - log y

you just need to know that the default base of log in calculators is 10, so log x mean

log x base 10 = log x / log 10,

so write log x / log y for log x base y example:

log 8 base 2 = log 8 / log 2 that is how you write it on calculator, hope it was helpful

Jul 01, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello,

12 [LN] gives 2.484906650 natural logarithm (ln) of 12

12 [LEFT SHIFT: blue] [LOG] gives 1.079181246 : common log of 12

Hope it helps

12 [LN] gives 2.484906650 natural logarithm (ln) of 12

12 [LEFT SHIFT: blue] [LOG] gives 1.079181246 : common log of 12

Hope it helps

Mar 29, 2009 | HP 20s Calculator

Sorry, this might not be much help but apparently the calculator is set in a mode called "base 10". I have never learned logrithms really in school, but did a little for my ACT. I figured that in order to do a problem, you need to divide. EXAMPLE: 8 log 2 = ? would be entered [log] [8] / [log] [2] [EXE] and the answer 3 will be displayed. Not much help, but maybe this will get you in the right direction.

Mar 27, 2009 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

Look the calculators has a default base 10 and you can't change it but you may learn this:

log x base y = log x / log y

log (x*y) = log x + log y

log (x/y) = log x - log y

so instead input log 8 base 2 you need to input log 8 / log 2

your example answer is about 0.919... if i get right what did you write.

Glad to help :)

log x base y = log x / log y

log (x*y) = log x + log y

log (x/y) = log x - log y

so instead input log 8 base 2 you need to input log 8 / log 2

your example answer is about 0.919... if i get right what did you write.

Glad to help :)

Feb 21, 2009 | HP 33s Calculator

Download from Nokia Ovi Store the tiny tool "Delete Single Log", this is what you want. It can delete individual call log / sms log entry.

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