Hello you bunch of owls, I'm doing my homework at the moment and I'm curious, how woul I express the logarithmic equation(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

f(x) = log5 (x) + 3 in it's exponential form (where 5 is the base).

This isn't part of the homework, I'm just supposed to graph it, but I'm curious as to what the exponential form looks like.

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# Switching between exponential and logarithmic form

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