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To convert an exponential equation to logarithmic form, identify the base, the exponent, and the result. Given an exponential equation of the form \(a^b = c\), rewrite it in logarithmic form as \(\log_a(c) = b\). This means that the logarithm of \(c\) with base \(a\) is equal to the exponent \(b\). Logarithms are the inverse operations of exponentiation, expressing the power to which the base must be raised to obtain the given number.

Algebra 2

Logarithms