## Quiz Question #1049:

Why is the base of the logarithm mathematically irrelevant?

1. Because the logarithm of unity is always zero. (accept)

2. Because any two logarithm schemes differ by only a multiplicative constant. (accept)

3. Because the square root function is subadditive. (accept)

4. Because absolute value is subadditive. (accept)

5. Because R has no divisors of zero. (accept)

6. Because a group is not necessarily commutative. (accept)

7. Because adding the identity element is an idempotent operation. (accept)

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2. Because any two logarithm schemes differ by only a multiplicative constant. (accept)

3. Because the square root function is subadditive. (accept)

4. Because absolute value is subadditive. (accept)

5. Because R has no divisors of zero. (accept)

6. Because a group is not necessarily commutative. (accept)

7. Because adding the identity element is an idempotent operation. (accept)

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