We know how to evaluate square roots of perfect squares. For example, √16=4. What about the other square roots? It's harder to give an exact number, but we can simplify them so we have a better understanding of their value. For example, √32=4⋅√2. Learn more about it in this tutorial.
Learn how to solve advanced exponential equations by manipulating the expressions in the equations using the properties of exponents. For example, solve 2^(x+1)=8^x by rewriting 8^x as 2^(3x) and then equating x+1=3x.
Learn how to rewrite any logarithmic expression in a different base. For example, rewrite log_2(3) as ln(3)/ln(2). This is very helpful for evaluating logarithms with a calculator, which only evaluates base-10 and base-e logarithms.