### All SAT Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : How To Find A Ratio Of Exponents

If and are positive integers and , then what is the value of ?

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Explanation:

4^{3 }= 64

Alternatively written, this is 4(4)(4) = 64 or 4^{3 }= 64^{1.}

Thus, *m* = 3 and *n* = 1.

*m*/*n* = 3/1 = 3.

### Example Question #1 : Exponential Ratios

Write the following logarithm in expanded form:

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### Example Question #1 : Exponential Ratios

If and are both rational numbers and , what is ?

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Explanation:

This question is asking you for the ratio of m to n. To figure it out, the easiest way is to figure out when 4 to an exponent equals 8 to an exponent. The easiest way to do that is to list the first few results of 4 to an exponent and 8 to an exponent and check to see if any match up, before resorting to more drastic means of finding a formula.

And, would you look at that. . Therefore, .