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### I am finding different answers on the internet.

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Just like $\sin ^{2}x=(\sin x)^{2}=(\sin x)(\sin x)$

$\log^{2}x=(\log x)^{2}=(\log x)(\log x) \ne loglogx$
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Hope this helps!!!

there is a lot of ambiguity in many answers but i think we should follow whats written in the standard text books.

hope this clears your doubt. :)

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