Write an exponential function in logarithmic form to exponential form

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Use whichever way of looking at this process makes better sense to you and seems the easiest way to remember. Typically, a missing exponent should be found using the logarithmic form and a missing resultant should be found using the exponential form.

Additionally, it is often the case that we are given a form that is not best suited for finding the missing value and we will need to translate our expression from exponential form to logarithmic form, or vice versa.

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In the logarithmic form we are most often solving for the missing exponent, having been given the base a and the resultant y.

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Math Help: Converting From Exponential to Logarithmic Form