Rewrite the following exponential functions as logarithmic functions, and the logarithmic functions as exponential functions:




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  1. memorize this pattern:

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

    once you know it, these questions become easy

    y = (7/8)^x <---> log(7/8) y = x
    y = log 12x <---> 10^y = 12x

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