The task of creating a Math.log function is not that difficult. My solution is based on using the built-in function Math.log2, if you used another function to solve this problem and had difficulties with it, I can arrange a check with an approximate comparison of results instead of the current function assert.strictEqual

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The task of creating a Math.log function is not that difficult. My solution is based on using the built-in function Math.log2, if you used another function to solve this problem and had difficulties with it, I can arrange a check with an approximate comparison of results instead of the current function assert.strictEqual

hi, could you let me know when you are done? Thanks!

@Fbasham, hi, are you done? Please let me know if you are. Thanks!

Thanks a lot! Please let me know when you are done.

I was lucky, only took me like 5!

haha nice. But could you help me with the issues? Thanks!

Oh. Could you help me with this? I don't know what's causing the mistakes sometimes.

No problem. Thanks for pointing out the issue!

Yes, sorry. You are right. I didn't realize that! I will change it immediately.

Your solution looks alright to me!

Anyway, the tets are flawed because they use a global variable too, and you can rise it as an issue.

That's a lie, and it's the cause of your problem ;)

Does your solution pass the test case

`Test.assertEquals( howManyIterationsNeeded(196),null);`

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