Problem 1TI: Write the following logarithmic equations in exponential form. log10(1,000,000)=6 log5(25)=2 Problem 2TI: Write the following exponential equations in logarithmic form. 32=9 53=125 21=12 Problem 3TI: Solve y=log121(11) without using a calculator. Problem 4TI: Evaluate y=log2(132) without using a calculator. Problem 5TI: Evaluate y=log(1,000,000). Problem 6TI: Evaluate y=log(123) to four decimal places using a calculator. Problem 7TI: The amount of energy released from one earthquake was 8,500 times greater than the amount of energy... Problem 8TI: Evaluate ln(500). Problem 1SE: What is a base b logarithm? Discuss the meaning byinterpreting each part of the equivalent equations... Problem 2SE: How is the logarithmic function f(x)=logb(x) related to the exponential function g(x)=bx ? Whatis... Problem 3SE: How can the logarithmic equation logbx=y besolved for x using the properties of exponents? Problem 4SE: Discuss the meaning of the common logarithm.What is its relationship to a logarithm with base b,and... Problem 5SE: Discuss the meaning ofthe natural logarithm. Whatis its relationship to a logarithm with base b,... Problem 6SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. log4(q)=m Problem 7SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. loga(b)=c Problem 8SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. log16(y)=x Problem 9SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. logx(64)=y Problem 10SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. logy(x)=11 Problem 11SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. log15(a)=b Problem 12SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. logy(137)=x Problem 13SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. log13(142)=a Problem 14SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. log(v)=t Problem 15SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in exponential form. ln(w)=n Problem 16SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. 4x=y Problem 17SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. cd=k Problem 18SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. m7=n Problem 19SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. 19x=y Problem 20SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. 20. x1013=y Problem 21SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. n4=103 Problem 22SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. (75)m=n Problem 23SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. yx=39100 Problem 24SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. 10a=b Problem 25SE: For the following exercises, rewrite each equation in logarithmic form. ek=h Problem 26SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 27SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 28SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 29SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 30SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 31SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 32SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 33SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 34SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 35SE: For the following exercises, solve for x by converting the logarithmic equation to exponential form.... Problem 36SE: For the following exercises, use the definition of common and natural logarithms to simplify.... Problem 37SE: For the following exercises, use the definition of common and natural logarithms to simplify.... Problem 38SE: For the following exercises, use the definition of common and natural logarithms to simplify.... Problem 39SE: For the following exercises, use the definition of common and natural logarithms to simplify.... Problem 40SE: For the following exercises, use the definition of common and natural logarithms to simplify.... Problem 41SE: For the following exercises, use the definition of common and natural logarithms to simplify. 41.... Problem 42SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the base b logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 43SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the base b logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 44SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the base b logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 45SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the base b logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 46SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the common logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 47SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the common logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 48SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the common logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 49SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the common logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 50SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the natural logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 51SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the natural logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 52SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the natural logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 53SE: For the following exercises, evaluate the natural logarithmic expression without using a calculator.... Problem 54SE: For the following exercises, evaluate each expression using a calculator. Round to the nearest... Problem 55SE: For the following exercises, evaluate each expression using a calculator. Round to the nearest... Problem 56SE: For the following exercises, evaluate each expression using a calculator. Round to the nearest... Problem 57SE: For the following exercises, evaluate each expression using a calculator. Round to the nearest... Problem 58SE: For the following exercises, evaluate each expression using a calculator. Round to the nearest... Problem 59SE: Is x=0 in the domain of the function f(x)=log(x) ?If so, what is the value of the function when x=0... Problem 60SE: Is f(x)=0 in the range ofthe function f(x)=log(x) ?If so, for what value ofx? Verify the result. Problem 61SE: Is there a number x such that ln x=2 ? If so, whatis that number? Verify the result. Problem 62SE: Is the following true: log3(27)log4(1 64)=1 ? Verify the result. Problem 63SE: Is the following true: ln(e1.725)ln(1)=1.725 ? Verify theresult. Problem 64SE: The exposure index E1 for a 35 millimeter camera is ameasurement of the amount of light that hits... Problem 65SE: Refer to the previous exercise. Suppose the lightmeter on a camera indicates an EI of 2 , and... Problem 66SE: The intensitylevels I of two earthquakes measured ona seismograph can be compared by the formula... format_list_bulleted