This video picks up from MCAT Math Part 8 – Logs and Negative Logs showing you how to solve questions where the log value is provided. Instead you’re asked to solve for the anti-log value in questions relating to ion concentration and Ka values.
Anti-logs, just like logarithms, are difficult to calculation without a calculator UNLESS you know the tricks and shortcuts to apply. Watch the video below to learn how to tackle these MCAT style questions.
Anti-logs Without A Calculator
MCAT Style Question Covered In This Video:
Chemistry Buffers/Ka Question: Find the ka of an acid whose buffer has a pH of 4.19 in a solution containing equal moles of acid and conjugate base.
This is Video #9 in my MCAT Math Without A Calculator tutorial series. Click HERE for the entire series