A logarithmic equation is simply an equation with a logarithm in it - and a variable inside the log part. For example, these are all logarithmic equations: Exponential & Logarithmic
Present exponents in their logarithmic forms step-by-step. full pad ». x^2. x^ {\msquare} \log_ {\msquare} \sqrt {\square} \nthroot [\msquare] {\square}
Logarithmic Expressions and Equations. 25 = x2 25 = x 2. Reduce by cancelling the common factors. 25 = x2 25 = x 2. Convert the exponential equation to a logarithmic equation using the
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The logarithmic form of 3, to the negative 2 power, = 1/9 is log (lower case 3) 1/9 = -2. What you need to remember is to put log first, followed by the base number (3) in lower
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