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    Fill in the blank to make a true statement. To solve 4^x =27, we can take the logarithm of each side of the equation to get log (4^x) = log (27). The power rule for logarithms would then provide a way of moving the variable x from it's position as an _________ to the position of a coefficient.

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    Fill in the blank to make a true statement. To solve 4^x =27, we can take the logarithm of each side of the equation to get log (4^x) = log (27). The ...

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