# How do you remove an exponent from an equation?

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## How do you remove an exponent from an equation?

The way to remove the exponent on x is by raising both sides of the equation to a power that is the reciprocal of 5 4 \displaystyle \frac{5}{4} 45, which is 4 5 \displaystyle \frac{4}{5} 54.

## How do you get rid of an exponent 3?

Canceling out a component in an equation requires using the opposite of that component. For example, subtracting 4 eliminates positive 4. The opposite of exponents are roots. The opposite of an exponent of 3 is a cubed root, indicated by this symbol: ³√.

**How do you get rid of an exponent with a log?**

To rid an equation of logarithms, raise both sides to the same exponent as the base of the logarithms. In equations with mixed terms, collect all the logarithms on one side and simplify first.

### How do you get rid of a fractional exponent?

How to get rid of fractional exponents. Write the expression without fractional exponents. We can rewrite the expression by breaking up the exponent. We need to rationalize the denominator.

### How do you go from LN to normal?

You can convert the log values to normal values by raising 10 to the power the log values (you want to convert). For instance if you have 0.30103 as the log value and want to get the normal value, you will have: “10^0.30103” and the result will be the normal value.

**How to undo an exponent?**

In the same manner people ask how do you undo an exponent variable? Step 1: Isolate the exponential expression. Step 2: Take the natural log of both sides. Step 3: Use the properties of logs to pull the x out of the exponent.

#### How do you undo exponents?

The backwards (technically, the ” inverse “) of exponentials are logarithms, so I’ll need to undo the exponent by taking the log of both sides of the equation. This is useful to me because of the log rule that says that exponents inside a log can be turned into multipliers in front of the log: log b (mn) = n · log b (m)

#### How to get variable out of exponent?

1) Isolate the exponential expression. Notice how we have two exponential terms that have different exponents. We wouldn’t be able to isolate both. 2) Take the natural log of both sides. *Take the natural log of BOTH sides 3) Use the properties of logs to pull the x out of the exponent. *Use the power rule 4) Solve for x.

**How to get rid of exponential?**

Another way to eliminate exponents is to convert exponents into a more manageable form, with the logarithm function. Graph of common log. If you aren’t familiar with logarithms, then you may want to read the logarithms definition before reading on.