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Power Rule of Logarithms - Problem 3 488 views
The power rule is critical in demystifying intimidating log problems like when a log is in an exponent or you have logs and exponents in an expression at the same time. Move an exponent to the front of a log. If you get stuck, try re-writing the equation in exponential instead of log form (or vice-versa.)
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