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Example 4
Author:
Walch Education
Topic:
Exponential Functions
,
Logarithmic Functions
Write the inverse of the exponential function
using common logarithms. Evaluate any constants in the logarithmic function.
Isolate the exponential term in the function.
Write the logarithmic function.
Simplify the logarithmic function.
Switch the variables and use
for
.
Rewrite the logarithmic terms for
as common logarithmic fractions using the base change rule.
Substitute the common logarithmic fractions into the equation found in step 4 and simplify.
Evaluate the constant terms.
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