Exponential to Logarithmic Form Worksheets
How to Convert Between Exponential to Logarithmic Form - A number in an exponential form can also be written in logarithmic form. Learning how to change an exponential equation to its logarithmic form can be a bit difficult at first, but once you learn its basics and get a hold of it through practice, it becomes significantly easy. For example, if we take an equation 6y = 36, we can see that y is the exponent to the base '6', and their answer is equal to 36. If we have to write this exponential equation in logarithmic form, we can simply write it as y = log6 36. Here it can be seen that the base in the exponential form becomes the base of the log, the answer of the exponential form gets attached to log, and the exponent is shifted on the other side of the equation. To convert an exponential equation to its logarithmic form, the most important element to look for is the base in the exponential form, as it becomes the base of the log. The leftover elements are then adjusted accordingly.
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