Decimal Logarithms is the name of the category for our log(x) posts. In every article we tell you what the parts are called, and how to solve the logarithm of (x) by using the definition y = log b(x) and applying the change of base rule. All explained in full detail, with links to detail pages dedicated to a specific topic in the context. It is worth mentioning that the result for a particular argument x is not only presented as text and image, but also integrated in our calculator which you can find at the top of each post. Said calculator can even be expanded for the addition, subtraction, division and multiplication of any log(x). Needless to say that our app cannot only be used to come up with logarithms of any decimal numbers, but be used to compute any log base or ln, with high precision. Check out our articles, and give our tool a try – we are convinced you will like this simple logarithm calculator.