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Consider the following situation. Let us be: 1/4> 1/8 but this same inequality can be written in another way where the inequality sign will be the same: (1/2) 2> (1/2) 3 Applying the logarithms on both members and Since the logarithm is a growing function, that is, a larger number corresponds to a larger logarithm, we will have: log ((1/2) 2)> log ((1/2) 3), so by the properties of the logarithms we have: 2 .
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