# ## On this page you'll find a sampling of the many resources on Media4Math that focus on the topic of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Media4Math is a digital library of over 15,000 resources on all key topics in K-12 math.

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## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 02 Laws of Logarithms: Example 2. Simplify the sum of two logarithms of base 10 by showing the product is a power of 10. All numerical values.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 03 Laws of Logarithms: Example 3. Simplify the sum of two natural logarithms. All numerical values.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 04 Laws of Logarithms: Example 4. Simplify the sum of two logarithms of base 2. Involves variable expressions.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 05 Laws of Logarithms: Example 5. Simplify the sum of two logarithms of base 10. Involves variable expressions.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 06 Laws of Logarithms: Example 6. Simplify the sum of two natural logarithms. Involves variable expressions.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 07 Laws of Logarithms: Example 7. Simplify the log base 2 of a product of two numbers.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 08 Laws of Logarithms: Example 8. Simplify the log base 10 of a product of two numbers.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 09 Laws of Logarithms: Example 9. Simplify the natural log of a product of two numbers.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 10 Laws of Logarithms: Example 10. Simplify the difference of two logarithms of base 2 by showing the quotient is a power of 2. All numerical values.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 11 Laws of Logarithms: Example 11. Simplify the difference of two logarithms of base 10 by showing the quotient is a power of 10. All numerical values.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 12 Laws of Logarithms: Example 12. Simplify the difference of two natural logarithms. All numerical values.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 13 Laws of Logarithms: Example 13. Simplify the difference of two logarithms of base 2. Involves variable expressions.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 14 Laws of Logarithms: Example 14. Simplify the difference of two logarithms of base 10. Involves variable expressions.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 15 Laws of Logarithms: Example 15. Simplify the difference of two natural logarithms. Involves variable expressions.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 16 Laws of Logarithms: Example 16. Simplify the log base 2 of a quotient of two numbers.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 17 Laws of Logarithms: Example 17. Simplify the log base 10 of a quotient of two numbers.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 18 Laws of Logarithms: Example 18. Simplify the natural log of a quotient of two numbers.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 19 Laws of Logarithms: Example 19. Simplify the logarithm base 2 of a number expressed as a power.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 20 Laws of Logarithms: Example 20. Simplify the logarithm base 2 of a variable expression written as a power.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 21 Laws of Logarithms: Example 21. Simplify the logarithm base 10 of a number expressed as a power.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 22 Laws of Logarithms: Example 22. Simplify the logarithm base 10 of a variable expression written as a power.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 23 Laws of Logarithms: Example 23. Simplify the natural logarithm of a number expressed as a power.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 24 Laws of Logarithms: Example 24. Simplify the natural logarithm of a variable expression written as a power.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 25 Laws of Logarithms: Example 25. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 2 as a standard log base 10.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 26 Laws of Logarithms: Example 26. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 3 as a standard log base 10.