Transferring from Logarithmic to Exponential Form

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This lesson teaches how to transfer from logarithmic to exponential form in math. By remembering that a raised to some number equals x, you can easily change the logarithmic form to exponential form. The lesson also touches on natural logarithms and how they relate to e. With a bit of practice, transferring between logarithmic and exponential forms can become simple and easy to understand.

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Transferring from logarithmic form to exponential

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  • Express the following in exponential form a) log ( base 3)81=4 b) log (base6) 216=3