How to Write an Equation in an Equivalent Logarithmic Form?

Answer Logarithms are useful tools for solving equations in which x is included as an exponent. An exponent indicates how many times a number is multiplied by itself in an equation. If you have the equati... Read More »

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How to Write the Equivalent Form of a Decimal?

In a number, the numerals after the decimal point show parts of a whole in tenths, hundredths, thousandths, continuing on in powers of ten. Understanding the place values of the decimal's numerals ... Read More »

How to Write the Quadratic Equation in General Form?

A quadratic equation forms a graph of a parabola, where it intersects both the x and y axises. To graph a quadratic equation, you must find the x-intercepts, which define the points where the parab... Read More »

How to Write a General Form Equation of a Parabola?

The ability to write the equation for a graph is a crucial one in algebra, and it's one you can develop relatively easily. Fortunately, for parabolas, intimidating as they sometimes appear, there i... Read More »

How to Write an Equation in Slope-Intercept Form for Each Line?

Linear equations can take several forms. The standard form is aX + bY = c, where a, b and c are numbers. The formula when you know two points, (X1, Y1) and (X2, Y2), is Y - Y1 = (Y1 - Y2)X / (X1 - ... Read More »