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# Differentiation or exponentials? Don't know what to do watch

1. This is something I'm doing for chemistry; I think there is some conversion involved - the T in Celsius would have to be +273 to be in Kelvin and the Torr would have to be divide 7.5 to get to kPa, but it seems to be alot of maths and I dont know what to do. I think start with converting the log10 to ln; would that be the right step?

2. (Original post by G A B R I E L)
I think start with converting the log10 to ln; would that be the right step?
Agreed; I think that would be the best choice.
3. (Original post by ghostwalker)
Agreed; I think that would be the best choice.
Alright, how would I do that. I forgot how to do the conversion
4. (Original post by G A B R I E L)
Alright, how would I do that. I forgot how to do the conversion
You could so easily google that.

ln x = log x / log e

where log is base 10 and ln is base e.
5. (Original post by G A B R I E L)
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How are you getting on with it?

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