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Math Help: Converting From Exponential to Logarithmic Form

Math Help: Converting From Exponential to Logarithmic Form

Struggling with exponential and logarithmic forms? Don't sweat! Read on as Tucson, AZ tutor Blake C. shares his strategies for solving the equations without pulling your hair out: For many students first beginning to work with exponential and logarithmic forms, the translation between them becomes an area of confusion. The thing to remember is that, essentially, both of these forms are ways of writing the same thing. Let’s begin our discussion by looking at the exponential form a^x=y. … Read More

Math Help: Converting From Exponential to Logarithmic Form
Struggling with exponential and logarithmic forms? Don't sweat! Read on as Tucson, AZ tutor Blake C. shares his strategies for solving the equations without pulling your hair out: For many students first beginning to work with exponential and logarithmic forms, the translation between them becomes an area of confusion. The thing to remember is that, essentially, both of these forms are ways of writing the same thing. Let’s begin our discussion by looking at the exponential form a^x=y.
5 Tips for Writing Historical Fiction
Imagine transporting yourself into another time -- pretty cool right? This is exactly what readers get to do with the historical fiction genre. If you're interested in trying your hand at writing historical fiction, here are some tips for creating that immersive experience for your readers. 1. Define Your Time Period You may have an idea for the general era in which you want your story to take place, but that's not the same thing as a defined time period. For instance, the Middle Ages enco
10 Ways to Make Money as a Language Lover [Infographic]
Do you speak multiple languages? Maybe your linguistic love affair started in high school, when you took your first Spanish class. Maybe you were born into a bilingual family, exposed to the beauty of languages at an early age. Or maybe you even caught on later in life, after taking language classes just for fun. Whatever the case, we applaud you! Being bilingual is an awesome skill, and one that can lead to higher-paying jobs, a sharper brain, and an expanded network of friends and colleague
Are Genetics the Key to Language Learning?
Genetics can determine your physical appearance, your health outlook, and even some of your personality traits. And now, new research is confirming that your ability to learn a second language may also be predetermined. The newest study, from the University of Washington, followed Chinese international students taking a 3-week English immersion course. The researchers took brain scans throughout the course, and saw some interesting changes: The brain scans suggest that within a day of
Our 3 Best Math Tips for When You're Feeling Stuck
Solving math problems can seem tedious at times, and other times it can be frustrating and challenging. When you find yourself stuck on a particular problem, it's nice to have a few tricks up your sleeve. Here are three math tips to get you moving again. Be Familiar With Factoring Tricks This first trick is actually three math tips in one! The key is that all three math tips have the same general plan: to help you factor a number or determine divisibility. With every even number being divis

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