Arturo O. answered • 10/13/17

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Andrea,

You need to enter the answer correctly. The exponentiation is missing.

3

^{x}= 10^{5}The equation above expresses 10

^{5}as a power of 3. If you want to find the power, which is x in this equation, you can work with logarithms. I suppose you have not worked with them in 7th grade, but that is the way to find x. After all of the algebra is done, you getx = 5 / log3

But if all you want is 10

^{5}expressed as a power of 3, without the finding the power, then10

^{5}= 3^{x}