This is a demonstration of several examples of using log rules to handle logs mechanically.

Ok, so we have all these log rules. Now what do we do with them?

There are two primary (mechanical) uses of logs. The most common usage is to convert a large product of things into a sum of things, but this usage primarily occurs in calculus. For our course, the primary usage will be to expand, simplify, and/or condense logs. This is best demonstrated with some examples.