Form the exponential function from its logarithmic

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Problem 6.4.2

Form the exponential function from its logarithmic equivalent for each of the following. a. log y 5 log 1400 1 (log 1.06)x b. log y 5 log (25,000) 1 (log 0.87)x c. log y 5 2 1 (log 2.5)x d. log y 5 4.25 1 (log 0.63)x

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Textbook: Explorations in College Algebra
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Author: Linda Almgren Kime
ISBN: 9780470466445

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