## How do you convert from exponential form to natural logarithmic form?

Notes

- A logarithm is the opposite, or inverse, of an exponential expression.
- The exponential expression y = bx is equivalent to the logarithmic expression x = logby.
- A natural logarithm is just a logarithm whose base is the natural base ‘e’
- If y = ex, then x = logey.

## How do you write an equivalent logarithmic equation?

Every equation that is in exponential form has an equivalent logarithmic form, and vice versa. Both equations have a ‘b,’ the base, an x, and a y. These two equations are equivalent, just like these two equations are equivalent: y = x + 9 and y – 9 = x.

**How do you express exponential form?**

In exponential notation, a number usually is expressed as a coefficient between one and ten times an integral power of ten, the exponent. To express a number in exponential notation, write it in the form: c × 10n, where c is a number between 1 and 10 (e.g. 1, 2.5, 6.3, 9.8) and n is an integer (e.g. 1, -3, 6, -2).

### How to write a logarithmic function in exponential form?

Do It Faster, Learn It Better. Logarithmic functions are inverses of exponential functions . So, a log is an exponent ! y = log b x if and only if b y = x for all x > 0 and 0 < b ≠ 1 . Write log 5 125 = 3 in exponential form. Write log z w = t in exponential form.

### Which is an example of a logarithmic form?

So, a log is an exponent ! y = log b x if and only if b y = x for all x > 0 and 0 < b ≠ 1 . Example 1: Write log 5 125 = 3 in exponential form. 5 3 = 125 Example 2:

**Which is an example of an exponential form?**

So, a log is an exponent ! y = log b x if and only if b y = x for all x > 0 and 0 < b ≠ 1. Example 1: Write log 5 125 = 3 in exponential form.

#### How to solve an exponential equation in Algebra?

Given an exponential equation with the form where and are algebraic expressions with an unknown, solve for the unknown. Use the rules of exponents to simplify, if necessary, so that the resulting equation has the form Use the one-to-one property to set the exponents equal.