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Which logarithmic equation is equivalent to L^m = E

1) LogL E = m
2) logE L = m
3) logm E= L
4) logE m= L

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    I had my students memorize this pattern

    2^3 = 8 <-----> log2 8 = 3

    That way you can tell which parts go where.
    What do you think?

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    LogE l=m

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    1) LogL E = m

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