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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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How can you use logarithmic and exponential equations and properties to solve half-life and logistic growth scenarios?

For an exponential function: General equation of exponential decay is A(t)=A0e^-at The definition of a half-life is A(t)/A0=0.5, therefore: 0.5 = e^-at ln(0.5)=-at t= -ln(0.5)/a For exponential growth: A(t)=A0e^at Find out an expression to relate A(t) and A0 and you solve as above


Which logarithmic equation is equivalent to the exponential equation below?

Log=ea 47.38


How do you know if an equation is exponential?

Basically, in an exponential expression (or equation) you have the independent variable in the exponent. For example: 5 times 10x The general form of an exponential function can be written as: abx or: aekx where a, b, and k are constants, and e is approximately 2.718. Note that just having a power doesn't mean you have an exponential equation. For example, in x3 the variable does NOT appear in the exponent, so it is not an exponential expression.


What exponential equation is equivalent to the logarithmic equation e exponent a equals 47.38?

The given equation is exponential, not logarithmic!The logarithmic equation equivalent to ea= 47.38 isa = ln(47.38)ora = log(47.38)/log(e)The given equation is exponential, not logarithmic!The logarithmic equation equivalent to ea= 47.38 isa = ln(47.38)ora = log(47.38)/log(e)The given equation is exponential, not logarithmic!The logarithmic equation equivalent to ea= 47.38 isa = ln(47.38)ora = log(47.38)/log(e)The given equation is exponential, not logarithmic!The logarithmic equation equivalent to ea= 47.38 isa = ln(47.38)ora = log(47.38)/log(e)


Which logarithmic equation is equivalent to the exponential equation below ea 60?

ln 60 = a

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What is a exponential in algebra?

depends on the question but an EXPONENTIAL EQUATION is in the for 2^x = 4 and you have to solve for x.


What is a equation that is the inverse of the exponential equation?

Logarithmic equation


How can you use logarithmic and exponential equations and properties to solve half-life and logistic growth scenarios?

For an exponential function: General equation of exponential decay is A(t)=A0e^-at The definition of a half-life is A(t)/A0=0.5, therefore: 0.5 = e^-at ln(0.5)=-at t= -ln(0.5)/a For exponential growth: A(t)=A0e^at Find out an expression to relate A(t) and A0 and you solve as above


Can computer solve exponential function?

Do you mean "equations involving exponential functions"? Yes,


Which exponential equation is equivalent to the logarithmic equation below?

10a = 478


Which logarithmic equation is equivalent to the exponential equation below?

Log=ea 47.38


Do you answer an equation?

you don't answer an equation, you solve an equation


Which exponential equation is equivalent to the logarithmic equation log 200 equals a?

Log 200=a can be converted to an exponential equation if we know the base of the log. Let's assume it is 10 and you can change the answer accordingly if it is something else. 10^a=200 would be the exponential equation. For a base b, we would have b^a=200


Can you solve for a variable in an equation?

Sure. You can always 'solve for' a variable, and if it happens to be the only variable in the equation, than that's how you solve the equation.


How do we differentiate between a quadratic equation and an exponential equation?

a quadratic equation must be in this form ax^2+bx+c=0 (can either be + or -) an exponential just means that the function grows at an exponential rate f(x)=x^2 or x^3


How do you do Linear and Exponential Equations?

That completely depends on exactly what operation you have in mind. You can "do" several different types of operations to an equation, such as solve it, differentiate it, rearrange it, factor it, or apply the same arithmetic procedure to both sides of it. But you can't "do" the equation.


What does an exponential equation look like?

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