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# Write the equation y = bx in logarithmic form.

Damon
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Anonymous
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## oh okay thanks

Damon
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## You are welcome.

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## To write the equation y = bx in logarithmic form, we need to express the exponential equation in terms of logarithms. The logarithmic form of an exponential equation allows us to solve for the exponent.

The base b in the equation y = bx indicates the base of the exponential function. The logarithmic equivalent of this equation can be written as:

log(base b) y = x

In this form, the logarithm is taken with base b of the variable y, and it equals x. This equation indicates that the logarithm of y to the base b is equal to x.