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How do I use your online calculators to graph for example g(x)=log2x, g(x)=log5x ? (my editor allows for subscripting, the numbers 2 and 5 are subsripted or are the base numbers)
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To enter the logarithm of x to, say, the base b, use log(b,x). So, log(2,x) would be the logarithm of x to the base 2.

If you want the logarithm of x to the base E, you can use either log(E,x) or the abbreviation ln(x).

Both the log function and the ln function are on the Intermediate and Advanced Keyboards.

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