Solving Exponential Equations Worksheets
What are exponential equations? Solving the exponential equations is a bit of a task because they have exponents on them. Exponents refer to the power which is given to a number, called the base, and it reflects the number of times the base number can be multiplied. It is usually expressed as a raised expression over the number. For example, 3^{2}, this means that 3 can be multiplied twice. Basically, there are two methods of solving the exponential equation, one is relatively simple, but it requires a particular form of the exponential equation. While the other method works with a more detailed and complicated approach, it can be a bit messy too. To solve the, you need to have 'equals' sign in the equation so that you compare the two expressions. In other words, you need to have a base and a power that is equal to another base number with power. Consider the following example; 8x = 8^{3} In this example, the equations are comparable. Since bases are the same, the unknown x here is equals to 3. X = 3.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates general rules for solving exponential equations. Solve the exponential equation 4^{d} = 11.
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Intermediate Lesson
Explores how to approach exponential equations that lack a common base. Solve the exponential equation 2^{x3} = 3.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 Solving Exponential Equations problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Solving Exponential Equations problems for students to work on at home. Example problems are provided and explained.
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Topic Quiz
10 Solving Exponential Equations problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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Who is Right?
Several scientists were all posed the following question: "What is pi ?"
The engineer said: "It is approximately 3 and 1/7"
The physicist said: "It is 3.14159"