The
Logarithmic function is of great importance in the world of
mathematics. It constitutes a very useful way of making certain
numerical calculations. It represents the inverse of an exponential
function which is one of the most commonly found functions in the world
around us. Certain examples where it can be found include a colony of
bacteria reproducing, the disintegration of a radioactive substance,
some examples of population growth, inflation, capitalising money
invested with compound interest etc.
