I am sure this is a really dumb question but I am having trouble understanding it since I do not have any math background.
I have the logarithms of 2 values:
log(a) = 1347 log(b) = 1351
I am trying to calculate this:
exp( log(a) ) - exp( log(0.1) + log(b) )
I guess by transforming this into a sum/difference of logarithms and working in log scale because when I exponentiate the values become infinite. Basically I am looking for a solution for this in log scale, so that I do not get an Infinite value when entered in a calculator.
Does this make sense?