Logarithms and Binary Trees

PART 1

  • log2(8) = 3. Divide 8 by 2 (the base). Do it 3 times and you get ‘1’
  • Log10(10000) = 4. Divide 10000 by 10 (the base). Do it 4 times and you get ‘1’

PART 2

PART 3

Searching for the name “Turing”

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