# Logarithmic Equations Worksheets

Make use of our free logarithmic equation worksheets to understand how to solve equations with a log on one side by applying the inverse relationship between logarithms and exponents and to learn how to solve equations with logs on both sides by setting the arguments equal. Our printable exercises contain logarithmic equations with an unknown base, argument, or exponent in level one and those with an algebraic expression in level two. There are pdf resources to solve log equations using a calculator, too. Dive in and start practicing!

These pdf logarithmic equations worksheets are recommended for high school students.

CCSS: HSF-BF

Solve for x - Level 1 | Worksheet #1

Equations of the form logby = x are equivalent to bx = y. Convert similar logarithmic equations into their equivalent exponential equations and solve for the unknown.

Solve for x - Level 1 | Worksheet #2

Regardless of whether the unknown variable x is on the left or right side of a logarithmic equation, just rewrite it in the exponential form and obtain the value of x.

Solve for x - Level 2 | Worksheet #1

Logarithmic equations involve linear expressions with coefficients and constants in place of x. Follow the usual steps and simplify the expression to find the unknown.

Solve for x - Level 2 | Worksheet #2

How superior are your skills at solving logarithmic equations? Complete this free logarithmic equation worksheet and verify the solutions using the answer key.

Logarithmic Equations | Worksheet #1

Can you solve equations with logs on both sides? Key into the fact that when logs on either side have the same base, we can equate the arguments. Solve with swagger!

Logarithmic Equations | Worksheet #2

Shift up a gear as you solve the logarithmic equations in this printable worksheet! Get rid of the logs, set the arguments equal, and crack on by following the usual steps.

Solving Logarithmic Equations Using Calculator

High school students are sure to breeze through logarithmic equations in these pdfs! Turn the logs into exponents and solve the equations using a calculator.