Transfer from Exponential to Logarithmic

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In this lesson, you will learn how to transfer exponential forms to logarithmic forms. The base of the logarithm will always be the same as the base of the exponential, and the exponent of the exponential will be the same as the argument of the logarithm. The exception is when the base of the logarithm is e, in which case you use natural logarithms. This lesson provides clear examples and straightforward explanations to help you master the skill of transferring between exponential and logarithmic forms.

Lesson Description:

Transferring from exponential to logarithmic

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  • Express the following in logarithmic form a) 4³=64 b) 16^(1/4)=2