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Note that the base in both the exponential form of the **equation** and the
**logarithmic** form of the **equation** is "b", but that the x and y switch sides when you
switch ...

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The first type of **logarithmic equation** has two **logs**, each having the same base,
which have been set equal to each other. We **solve** this sort of **equation** by ...

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Sal solves the **equation log**(x)+**log**(3)=2log(4)-**log**(2).

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To **solve** a **logarithmic equation**, rewrite the **equation** in exponential form and
**solve** for the variable. Example 1: **Solve** for x in the **equation Ln**(x)=8. Solution:.

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This algebra lesson shows explains **how to solve log** (**logarithmic**) **equations**. ...
Not every **equation** will start out in these forms, but you'll be able to use the tricks
...

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This is also true for exponential and **logarithmic equations**. ... **Problem**. **Solve** 4^{x} =
16. 4^{x} = 16. **log** 4^{x} = **log** 16. Take the common **logarithm** of both sides.

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When asked to **solve** a **logarithmic equation** such as or the first thing we need to
decide is **how to solve** the **problem**. Some **logarithmic problems** are **solved** by ...

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Algebra (Notes) / Exponential and **Logarithm** Functions / **Solving Logarithm** ... In
other words, if we've got two **logs** in the **problem**, one on either side of an equal ...