An examination of exponential functions, was unsatisfied with the results.

read more3^9 = x^3

x=27

b^ex = b*ex^b? No.

Packet the bases by multiplying some of them out.

3*3*3*3*3*3*3*3*3

or half the amount but with 9s. It’s like simplifying.

If you square the base, you halve the exponent.

ergo, if you double the exponent, you square root the base. I think this is greatly tied to log rules.

log3(81)-log3(27).

Because these represent exponents, you must divide the bases.

This isn’t satisfying.