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1. how does it go from:

log2(y/x)=4
y/x=2^4=16

I dont understand how it goes from log2 to 2^4?
2. Because the y over x has to be a number. Think of it like this log3x equals 2 theb what number does x have to be? X has to be 3^2
3. (Original post by ameeis)
how does it go from:

log2(y/x)=4
y/x=2^4=16

I dont understand how it goes from log2 to 2^4?
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4. Moved to maths.
5. (Original post by edothero)
If

Then

So if
Then using
We can see that
Thanks! It was a silly question as I realised as soon as I posted this! Thanks anyway

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