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To think in terms of logarithms when working with relatively large numbers, indices, or powers.
As a baby boomer who used the log tables instead of the calculator in school, Mr. Smith is still very log-ical at heart when it comes to multiplying large numbers: he'd add the logarithms of the numbers, before taking the antilog of the sum to find the product.
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Reasoning in a clear and consistent manner.
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