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5-74.

Every exponential equation has an equivalent logarithmic form and every logarithmic equation has an equivalent exponential form. For example, First Equation, 4 raised to the third, = 64, with 4 labeled, base, 3 labeled, exponent. Second equation: 3 = log, base 4, of 64, with 3 labeled, exponent, & 4 labeled, base. Between equations is title "is equivalent to".
Copy the table shown below and fill in the missing form in each row.

Exponential Form

Logarithmic Form

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

K = log(C)

f.

log(K) = N

Exponential Form

Logarithmic Form

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

K = log(C)

f.

log(K) = N