SOLUTION: If the point (3,10) is on the graph of y=a^x, what is this point on the graph of y=log(base)a X I am confused and need help. I dont even know where to start. Can you help?

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 Question 634754: If the point (3,10) is on the graph of y=a^x, what is this point on the graph of y=log(base)a X I am confused and need help. I dont even know where to start. Can you help?Answer by lwsshak3(6498)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If the point (3,10) is on the graph of y=a^x, what is this point on the graph of y=log(base)a X ** I'm not absolutely sure, but I think this is the answer: y=loga(x) is the logarithm form and y=a^(x) is the exponential form The two forms are inverses of each other. If I remember correctly, the domain and range switch between them, that is the domain and range of one form is the range and domain of the other form. So, (3,10) on y=a^(x) appears as (10,3) on y=loga(x) If you graph the two functions you can see that (0,1) is on the exponential curve and (1,0) is on the log curve