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how to find log of .130-log of [.0001]2???

other than

learn this

log 10=1 log 100=2 log 1000=3 and so on.

now,coming to your question,

log 0.130 is same as log 130/1000.

log 130/1000 = log 130 - log 1000

= 2.113 - 3

= -0.8860.

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