The ** log10() function** uses the base 10 to calculate the logarithm of a number.

Figure 1 shows the mathematical representation of the `log10()`

function and the corresponding representation in Python.

The

`math`

module is required for this function.

```
log10(number)
```

This function requires a number whose logarithm base 10 is to be calculated, and it must be greater than zero.

`log10()`

uses the base 10 to return the logarithm of a number.

The following example shows how we can use the `log10()`

function in Python.

#Module requiredimport math#exampleprint ("log10(10) : ", math.log10(10))print ("log10(2) : ", math.log10(2))print ("log10(15.2) : ", math.log10(15.2))

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