When it comes to mathematical calculations on the MCAT shortcuts are the way to go. But with most shortcut you have the option of falling back on the long yet proven pen-and-paper calculations to get your results.
But this is not the case when it comes to logarithms. Logs or negative logs, unlike multiplication, division and similar cannot be solved in a simple written out manner.
Therefore, learning a non-calculator trick for solving log questions is a must for every MCAT student. And that’s why my newest video shows you how to quickly tackle simple negative log questions, and a trick for solving the more difficult questions, all without a calculator.
Logarithms and Negative Logs Without A Calculator
MCAT Style Question Mentioned In This Video:
Chemistry Question: Find the pH of a 2.3 x 10¯⁴ molar solution of NaOH
This is Video #8 in my MCAT Math Without A Calculator tutorial series. Click HERE for the entire series