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Change the logarithmic equation to an equivalent equation involving an exponent.

log8^64=2
**note that the 8 should be lower than the g**

8^(log64)=8^2
64=8^2

is this correct

You are correct
you could just use the definition.

I used to tell my students to "memorize" the following pattern

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

that way you can tell what goes where.

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