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

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3^9 = x^3


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

Packet the bases by multiplying some of them out.


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.


Because these represent exponents, you must divide the bases.

This isn’t satisfying.