1. Start with the equation in its logarithmic form: log(b) x = y. For an example, let's say that log(4) (1/16) = 2. 2. Raise b the power of y (b^y) For the example, this would give
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how to write an exponential equation: If you have log_b(y)=x, it is the same as y = bUx. (The U is an
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A polynomial equation: ax. 4. + bx. 3. + cx. 2. + dx + e = 0. A trigonometric equation: sin(3x+2) = 0. Combinations: cos(x. 3. + e. 2x.) = ln(x).
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Writing an ionic equation is very similar to writing a chemical reaction equation, except it keeps all components separate rather than combining them to indicate specific molecules.
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