One to One Property of Logs

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In this lesson, the one-to-one property of logarithms is introduced, which states that if two numbers have the same base, they must be equal to each other. The goal is to rewrite logarithmic equations to have the same base so that they can be solved more easily. The teacher explains how to do this using examples and encourages students to memorize the properties of logarithms as they will be helpful in solving logarithmic equations in the future.

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Overview properties of logs - One to one Property

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  • Solve 4^(x+1)= 256