**Let a be a positive number such that a does not equal 1, let
n be a real number, and let u and v be positive real numbers.**

**Logarithmic Rule 1:**

**Logarithmic Rule 2:**

**Logarithmic Rule 3:**

Since logarithms are nothing more than exponents, these rules
come from the rules of exponents. Let a be greater than 0 and
not equal to 1, and let n and m be real numbers.

**Exponential Rule 1:**

**Example:** Let a = 5, n = 2, and m = 6.
and

**Exponential Rule 2:**

**Example:** Let a = 5, n = 2, and m = 6.
and

**Exponential Rule 3:**

**Example:** Let a = 5, n = 2, and m = 6.
and

**If you want to review exponential rules in detail with examples
and problems, click on Exponential Rules.**

**If you want to review logarithmic rules in detail with examples
and problems, click on one of the following rules.**

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