# Bowdoin, ME Math Tutors

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#### 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. Lets begin our discussion by looking at the exponential form a^x=y. … Read More