1. Logarithmic Applications

Ever found yourself struggling to solve those logarithm questions, well, its bad news for people aiming to software engineers or full stack developers, logarithms are integral to any computer program. Just think about all those benefits, instead of using complex functions and variables in order to find the power of a number, just use a logarithm. Logarithms are already pretty widespread in the modern day world, you’ll find them everywhere, for example, the Richter scale, a scale used to measure the magnitude of the impact of an earthquake. Logarithms can be used in mapping insect colonies, and obviously, in software dealing with large numbers that have to be broken down. Most importantly, you can also use logarithms in computer systems while breaking down bits and bytes, one gigabyte = 2^40.