# I need to rewrite these statement using exponents instead of logs and am uncertain if I did them right. a) log 4 = 0.602 b) ln(0.646) = - 0.437

I need to rewrite these statement using exponents instead oflogs and am uncertain if I did them right.
a) $\mathrm{log}4=0.602$
b) $\mathrm{ln}\left(0.646\right)=-0.437$
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Because ${\mathrm{log}}_{a}\left(x\right)=y$ means ${a}^{y}=x$
a) ${10}^{.602}=4$
b) ${e}^{-.437}=.646$