Logarithmic to Exponential Form Worksheets
How to Convert Between Logarithmic to Exponential Form - In the world of mathematics, log and exponential forms hold significant value. Provided that they are the basic concepts behind calculating the intensity of earthquakes. In other words, you can compare the magnitudes of two earthquakes by converting logarithmic value into the exponential value. For example, the energy released from the first earthquake is 500 times greater than the next earthquake. The equation representation of the problem is 10^x=500, where x is the difference of magnitude placed on the Richter scale. We have to solve for x. There are a variety of ways through which you can convert them. The first is by using the graphical method, but that can result in an imprecise answer. To contradict the scenario, we will use the log function to eliminate the exponential value stated above. Let's find out practically. First, we have to learn the values of b, y, and x, to write the equation in log form. The b is the base for log form, while x and y are the unknown variables of the function. In the present example 10x = 500, The value of b is 2, while the value of x and y are 3 and 8, respectively. log10 500 = x.
Guides students through the beginner skills of Logarithmic to Exponential Form.View worksheet
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Independent Practice 1
A really great activity for allowing students to understand the concepts of the Logarithmic to Exponential Form.View worksheet
Independent Practice 2
Students use Logarithmic to Exponential Form in 20 assorted problems. The answers can be found below.View worksheet
Students are provided with 12 problems to achieve the concepts of Logarithmic to Exponential Form.View worksheet
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