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Solving Exponential Equations

Solving Exponential Equations 1.3 - Solution

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To solve the exponential equation by graphing, we first have to create two functions. Each side of the given equation will become a function. The solution to the equation is the value where the two graphs intersect.

From the diagram, we see that the graphs intersect at This is our best guess approximation. If we limit the diagram's -axis around the point of intersection, we can get a better approximation.