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Change the logarithm to base $10$ applying the change of base formula for logarithms: $\log_b(a)=\frac{\log_{10}(a)}{\log_{10}(b)}$. Since $\log_{10}(b)=\log(b)$, we don't need to write the $10$ as base

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$y=\frac{\log \left(8\right)}{\log \left(3\right)}$

Learn how to solve logarithmic equations problems step by step online. Solve the logarithmic equation y=log3(8). Change the logarithm to base 10 applying the change of base formula for logarithms: \log_b(a)=\frac{\log_{10}(a)}{\log_{10}(b)}. Since \log_{10}(b)=\log(b), we don't need to write the 10 as base. section:Verify that the solutions obtained are valid in the initial equation. The valid solutions to the logarithmic equation are the ones that, when replaced in the original equation, don't result in any logarithm of negative numbers or zero, since in those cases the logarithm does not exist.

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