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**Log**is the logarithm of 100 to the base 2:

_{2}(100)## Calculator

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Result:

**log2 (100) = 6.6438561898**.

## Calculate Log Base 2 of 100

To solve the equation**log**carry out the following steps.

_{2}(100) = x- Apply the change of base rule:log
_{a}(x) = log_{b}(x) / log_{b}(a)With b = 10:log_{a}(x) = log(x) / log(a) - Substitute the variables:With x = 100, a = 2:log
_{2}(100) = log(100) / log(2) - Evaluate the term:log(100) / log(2)= 2 / 0.301029995663981=
**6.6438561898**=**Logarithm of 100 with base 2**

## Additional Information

- From the definition of logarithm b
^{y}= x ⇔ y = log_{b}(x) follows that 2^{6.6438561898}= 100 **2**is the^{6.6438561898}= 100**exponential form**of log2 (100)**2**is the logarithm**base**of log2 (100)**100**is the**argument**of log2 (100)**6.6438561898**is the**exponent**or power of 2^{6.6438561898}= 100

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## FAQs

### What is the value of log2 100?

Log2 (100) = 6.6438561898.

### How do you find the value of log_{2}100?

Carry out the change of base logarithm operation.

### What does log_{2} 100 mean?

It means the logarithm of 100 with base 2.

### How do you solve log base 2 100?

Apply the change of base rule, substitute the variables, and evaluate the term.

### What is the log base 2 of 100?

The value is 6.6438561898.

### How do you write log_{2} 100 in exponential form?

In exponential form is 2

^{6.6438561898}= 100.### What is log2 (100) equal to?

log base 2 of 100 = 6.6438561898.

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## Summary

In conclusion,**log base 2 of 100 = 6.6438561898**.

You now know everything about the logarithm with base 2, argument 100 and exponent 6.6438561898.

Further information, particularly about the binary logarithm, natural logarithm and decadic logarithm can be located in our article logarithm.

Besides the types of logarithms, there, we also shed a light on the terms on the properties of logarithms and the logarithm function, just to name a few.

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## Table

Our quick conversion table is easy to use:log_{2}(x) | Value | |
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log_{2}(99.5) | = | 6.6366246205 |

log_{2}(99.51) | = | 6.6367696077 |

log_{2}(99.52) | = | 6.6369145804 |

log_{2}(99.53) | = | 6.6370595384 |

log_{2}(99.54) | = | 6.6372044819 |

log_{2}(99.55) | = | 6.6373494108 |

log_{2}(99.56) | = | 6.6374943252 |

log_{2}(99.57) | = | 6.637639225 |

log_{2}(99.58) | = | 6.6377841103 |

log_{2}(99.59) | = | 6.637928981 |

log_{2}(99.6) | = | 6.6380738372 |

log_{2}(99.61) | = | 6.6382186788 |

log_{2}(99.62) | = | 6.6383635059 |

log_{2}(99.63) | = | 6.6385083184 |

log_{2}(99.64) | = | 6.6386531165 |

log_{2}(99.65) | = | 6.6387979 |

log_{2}(99.66) | = | 6.6389426689 |

log_{2}(99.67) | = | 6.6390874233 |

log_{2}(99.68) | = | 6.6392321632 |

log_{2}(99.69) | = | 6.6393768886 |

log_{2}(99.7) | = | 6.6395215995 |

log_{2}(99.71) | = | 6.6396662959 |

log_{2}(99.72) | = | 6.6398109777 |

log_{2}(99.73) | = | 6.6399556451 |

log_{2}(99.74) | = | 6.6401002979 |

log_{2}(99.75) | = | 6.6402449362 |

log_{2}(99.76) | = | 6.6403895601 |

log_{2}(99.77) | = | 6.6405341694 |

log_{2}(99.78) | = | 6.6406787642 |

log_{2}(99.79) | = | 6.6408233446 |

log_{2}(99.8) | = | 6.6409679104 |

log_{2}(99.81) | = | 6.6411124618 |

log_{2}(99.82) | = | 6.6412569987 |

log_{2}(99.83) | = | 6.6414015211 |

log_{2}(99.84) | = | 6.6415460291 |

log_{2}(99.85) | = | 6.6416905226 |

log_{2}(99.86) | = | 6.6418350016 |

log_{2}(99.87) | = | 6.6419794661 |

log_{2}(99.88) | = | 6.6421239162 |

log_{2}(99.89) | = | 6.6422683518 |

log_{2}(99.9) | = | 6.6424127729 |

log_{2}(99.91) | = | 6.6425571796 |

log_{2}(99.92) | = | 6.6427015718 |

log_{2}(99.93) | = | 6.6428459496 |

log_{2}(99.94) | = | 6.642990313 |

log_{2}(99.95) | = | 6.6431346619 |

log_{2}(99.96) | = | 6.6432789963 |

log_{2}(99.97) | = | 6.6434233163 |

log_{2}(99.98) | = | 6.6435676219 |

log_{2}(99.99) | = | 6.6437119131 |

log_{2}(100) | = | 6.6438561898 |

log_{2}(100.01) | = | 6.6440004521 |

log_{2}(100.02) | = | 6.6441446999 |

log_{2}(100.03) | = | 6.6442889334 |

log_{2}(100.04) | = | 6.6444331524 |

log_{2}(100.05) | = | 6.644577357 |

log_{2}(100.06) | = | 6.6447215472 |

log_{2}(100.07) | = | 6.644865723 |

log_{2}(100.08) | = | 6.6450098844 |

log_{2}(100.09) | = | 6.6451540314 |

log_{2}(100.1) | = | 6.6452981639 |

log_{2}(100.11) | = | 6.6454422821 |

log_{2}(100.12) | = | 6.6455863859 |

log_{2}(100.13) | = | 6.6457304753 |

log_{2}(100.14) | = | 6.6458745503 |

log_{2}(100.15) | = | 6.6460186109 |

log_{2}(100.16) | = | 6.6461626572 |

log_{2}(100.17) | = | 6.646306689 |

log_{2}(100.18) | = | 6.6464507065 |

log_{2}(100.19) | = | 6.6465947096 |

log_{2}(100.2) | = | 6.6467386983 |

log_{2}(100.21) | = | 6.6468826727 |

log_{2}(100.22) | = | 6.6470266327 |

log_{2}(100.23) | = | 6.6471705783 |

log_{2}(100.24) | = | 6.6473145095 |

log_{2}(100.25) | = | 6.6474584265 |

log_{2}(100.26) | = | 6.647602329 |

log_{2}(100.27) | = | 6.6477462172 |

log_{2}(100.28) | = | 6.6478900911 |

log_{2}(100.29) | = | 6.6480339506 |

log_{2}(100.3) | = | 6.6481777957 |

log_{2}(100.31) | = | 6.6483216265 |

log_{2}(100.32) | = | 6.648465443 |

log_{2}(100.33) | = | 6.6486092452 |

log_{2}(100.34) | = | 6.648753033 |

log_{2}(100.35) | = | 6.6488968065 |

log_{2}(100.36) | = | 6.6490405656 |

log_{2}(100.37) | = | 6.6491843105 |

log_{2}(100.38) | = | 6.649328041 |

log_{2}(100.39) | = | 6.6494717572 |

log_{2}(100.4) | = | 6.6496154591 |

log_{2}(100.41) | = | 6.6497591466 |

log_{2}(100.42) | = | 6.6499028199 |

log_{2}(100.43) | = | 6.6500464788 |

log_{2}(100.44) | = | 6.6501901235 |

log_{2}(100.45) | = | 6.6503337538 |

log_{2}(100.46) | = | 6.6504773699 |

log_{2}(100.47) | = | 6.6506209717 |

log_{2}(100.48) | = | 6.6507645591 |

log_{2}(100.49) | = | 6.6509081323 |

log_{2}(100.5) | = | 6.6510516912 |