Introduction to Logarithms - Problem 4
Many students make errors with their notation when they're first writing log equations because the subscripts and exponents can get confused with what is written on the main line. Notation is key to success with logs. These problems help practice transforming exponential equations into logarithmic form.
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Tagsexponential to logarithmic form
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