Question

** **Describe a real-life example that is modeled by a logarithmic equation. Include mathematical formulas in your explanation.

Step 1

The logarithmic functions are very helpful when working with large number of values.

The logarithms are used in calculating the earthquake intensity measurement, acidic measurement of solutions (pH value), sound intensity measurement and to express larger values etc.

The earthquake measurement instrument is known as seismograph.

Step 2

The magnitude of an earthquake is calculated by comparing the maximum amplitude of the seismic waves to an arbitrary, minor amplitude.

M= log(*A*/*S), *where *A* is the amplitude of the earthquake recorded by the seismograph taken from 100km app...

Tagged in

Q: Let g(s)=(e^s)/s+1. Find g''(s).

A: At the outset, I want to spell out that the way you have written g(s), it can have one of the two in...

Q: Please be specific. Convergent but A? C? F?

A: We are given a series as

Q: What is the particular solution for y′=−6x+3 that passes through the point (−4,−8)? Do not include "...

A: The given differential equations is y′=−6x+3.

Q: 3. Given the function g(x) 8x defined on [-1, 1], determine if the function satisfies the Mean Value...

A: Given,

Q: Use spherical coordinates to find the volume of the region outside the cone phi= pi/4 and outside th...

A: To calculate the volume by using the spherical coordinates of the region outside the cone φ=π/4 and ...

Q: 3. (4.6) A rectangular flower garden with an area of 30 m2 is surrounded by a grass border 1 m wide ...

A: Given information:A rectangular flower garden with an area of 30 m^2 is surrounded by a grass border...

Q: Please help me solve this differential equation.

A: Let, z=x-y

Q: Find a particular solution to the differential equation below that passes through the point (−3,−5)....

A: The given differential equation is y’ = 5x–5.

Q: How can I get the result? Which is the result?

A: Use Pythagorean theorem,

Sorry about that. What wasn’t helpful?