Using the definition of a logarithmic function where #y=log_bx#, why can't the base b equal 1?
1 Answer
Oct 25, 2016
Answer:
See explanation.
Explanation:
According to definition of logarithmic function it must be defined for all positive real numbers and if we tried to construct such assignment for

NO values for
#x != 1# 
infinitely many values for
#x=1#
because for all real numbers
therfore it would not be a function.