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chane the logarithmic expression to an equivalent expression involving an exponent

log416=x **the 4 is supposed to be dropedd down lower by the g.**

  1. Reiny

    mmmhhh?

    so we have

    log4 16 = x

    by definition
    4^x = 16

    clearly x = 2

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