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• 05 Exponents In Algebra

Algebra Basics: Exponents In Algebra - Math Antics

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Algebra Basics: Exponents In Algebra - Math Antics

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• 07 Square Roots, Cube Roots, and Other Roots

Square Roots, Cube Roots, and Other Roots

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Square Roots, Cube Roots, and Other Roots

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• 08 Simplifying Expressions With Roots and Exponents

Simplifying Expressions With Roots and Exponents

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Simplifying Expressions With Roots and Exponents

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• 09 Solving Algebraic Equations With Roots and Exponents

Solving Algebraic Equations With Roots and Exponents

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Solving Algebraic Equations With Roots and Exponents

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• 14 Understanding Exponents and Their Operations

Understanding Exponents and Their Operations

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Understanding Exponents and Their Operations

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• 41 Logarithms Part 1

When we say log base b of x equals y, we are saying b to the y equals x. With logs, the base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on.

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When we say log base b of x equals y, we are saying b to the y equals x. With logs, the base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on.

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• 42 Logarithms Part 2

Base Ten Logs, Natural Logs, and the Change-Of-Base Property

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Base Ten Logs, Natural Logs, and the Change-Of-Base Property

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• 43 Logarithms Part 3

Logarithms Part 3: Properties of Logs, Expanding Logarithmic Expressions

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Logarithms Part 3: Properties of Logs, Expanding Logarithmic Expressions

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• Change of base

Log base b of n. What power should I put in the exponent of b so b to that power will give me n.

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Log base b of n. What power should I put in the exponent of b so b to that power will give me n.

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• Logarithms

Log base 3 of 9. What power should we raise 3 to in order to get the number 9?

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Log base 3 of 9. What power should we raise 3 to in order to get the number 9?

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• Saying Logarithm

"The base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on."

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"The base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on."

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• Saying Logarithm

By definition, when we say log base b of x equals y, that's the same thing as saying "b to the y equals x". So if you want to find log base b of x, you're asking "what power do you have to raise b to in oder to get x?"

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By definition, when we say log base b of x equals y, that's the same thing as saying "b to the y equals x". So if you want to find log base b of x, you're asking "what power do you have to raise b to in oder to get x?"

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