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posted by Hunter .
Change the exponentional expression to an equivalent expression involving a logarithm.
(2x)^10=4

10 log 2x = log 4

I always encouraged my students to memorize this statement
2^{3} = 8 <> log_{2</sub) 8 = 3 that way you will be able to convert easily in either direction log (2x)4 = 10} 
2^{3} = 8 <> log _{2} 8 = 3
log_{2x} 4 = 10
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