It takes a bit of fenagling. What Catfish meant was that a logarithm is the inverse of an exponential function, a way to solve it. Think about b^{x}=y, and then think about the inverse (where x and y are switched): b^{y}=x. How do you solve for y? Logs are the way people came up with to do so.

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− | It takes a bit of fenagling. What Catfish meant was that a logarithm is the inverse of an exponential function, a way to solve it. Think about b<sup>x</sup>=y, and then think about the inverse (where x and y are switched): b<sup>y</sup=x. How do you solve for y? Logs are the way people came up with to do so. |
+ | It takes a bit of fenagling. What Catfish meant was that a logarithm is the inverse of an exponential function, a way to solve it. Think about b<sup>x</sup>=y, and then think about the inverse (where x and y are switched): b<sup>y</sup>=x. How do you solve for y? Logs are the way people came up with to do so. |

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