*What is this problem about?*

This problem is about finding logs when given approximations of course. The clues are given and the equation we are aiming to solve for. We need to break down the problem and expand our log in order to use the clues given to us. You then substitute in your clues. These problems demonstrate our ability to solve these without a calculator (for the most part because sometimes you do need help to break down the terms)

*What does the viewer need to pay special attention to in order to understand?*

Please be sure to remember log base 8 of 8 will equal to one. Do not forget how the quotient and power property will play a role in expansion and solving our log. Please please please take into careful consideration what these properties will do when you write out the expanded form. Also be sure to use the correct clues when you end up with your final form with your approximations!

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