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Thought-Process to Discover Knowledge
Welcome to the astonishingly clear introduction to exponents, roots, and logarithm. Learn in this
• representation of exponents
• roots and logarithms are two inverses of exponents
• difference between common and natural logarithms
• arithmetics with exponents and logarithms
• Precedence -- PEMDAS or BODMAS (Exponent and Order)
• introduction to squares and square roots
• introduction to cubes and cube roots
All the above are given in a simple thought process.
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Exponents and Logarithm Arithmetics
Exponents are repeated multiplication. Root is an inverse of exponent to find the base. Roots are also considered as a form of exponent with fraction power. Logarithm is another inverse of exponent to find the power. This page explains arithmetics with exponents and logarithms -- providing a list of formulas as known results or properties.
At the end, the roots and logarithms that are not defined are explained. For example: `log_0 a` and `log_1 a` are not defined. `root(0)(a)` is not defined.