# SOLUTION: A certain computer design has 64 different sequences of 10 binary digits so that the total number of possible states is (2^10)^64 = 1024^64. Evaluate 1024^64 using logarithms. Show

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 Question 515107: A certain computer design has 64 different sequences of 10 binary digits so that the total number of possible states is (2^10)^64 = 1024^64. Evaluate 1024^64 using logarithms. Show your work.Answer by stanbon(57962)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Evaluate 1024^64 using logarithms ---- Let x = 1024^64 logx = 64*log(1024) logx = 64*3.0103 --- logx = 192.66 --- x = 10^192.66 x = overflow on my TI-84 ============================== Cheers, Stan H.