# Evaluating exponents with different bases of a relationship

### Notice the relationship between the exponents in the factors by Wendy McCann on Prezi

Sections: Introduction to logs, Simplifying log expressions, Common and natural logs This is always true: logb(b) = 1 for any base b, not just for b = 6. Simplify Looking at it another way, "2log2(9) = y" means "log2(y) = log2(9)" (which is the. Then we will apply similar ideas to define and evaluate nth roots. Roots are the inverse of exponents, much like multiplication is the inverse of division. These examples help us model a relationship between radicals and rational. Relationship between exponentials & logarithms: graphs Using the properties of logarithms: multiple steps Evaluating logarithms: change of base rule.

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**Expanding Exponents with Different Bases (Simplifying Math)**

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