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`        Calculate the following sum:a^(log(base b)(log(base b)N))/log(base b)a `
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Arun
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Samyak Jain
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```							We know that logb a / logb c  =  logc a.So in the question, logb (logb N) / logb a  =  loga (logb N).Now, a^logb (logb N) / logb a  =  a^loga (logb N)  =  logb N      ...[$\because$ a^loga c  =  c].
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