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(2) This problem explores the properties of the logarithm and exponential functions as 1/tdt(other equivalent definitions rig

negative, use the first part of the problem to deduce the result from the case of n positive. How about n- 0? (c) Prove that

- log(b (f) For a E (1,00) and b E (0,00), define loga(b) = (a) (note that log = log.) Prove that we have alosa(b)b, so that

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