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    • A Virtual Tour of Logarithms An interactive presentation by: Luke Hagan
    • Logarithms
      • Function Family Form
      • Properties of Logs
      • Applications of Logs
      • The Graph and Table of a Logarithm
      • About the Author
      • Resources
      • Concept Map
    • Function Family Forms
      • Logarithms come in few forms.
      • You will know a function is logarithmic if you see a variable inside of the log operator.
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    • Basic Properties of Logs
      • Every positive base Log of it’s base is 1.
      • Every positive base Log of 1 has an output of 0.
      • Every positive base Log is undefined for numbers less than or equal to 0
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    • More Properties of Logs
      • Power Rule
      • Product Rule
      • Quotient Rule
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    • More Properties of Logs
      • The Inverse of a logarithm
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    • The Graph of a Logarithm Quit
    • The Table of a Logarithm Quit 0.699… 5 0.602… 4 0.477… 3 0.301… 2 0 1 Undefined 0 Y X
    • Applications of Logs
      • Logarithms are useful for large scale things.
      • How powerful sound waves and earthquakes can get are measured using logarithmic scale.
      • The distance from objects further and further away from earth are also measured with Logs and Exponential functions.
      Quit Click Here to view a video on Logarithmic & Exponential scale
    • About Luke Hagan
      • If you want to contact me you can email me at
      • [email_address]
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    • Resources
      • Original Properties of logarithms: http://www.math.unc.edu/Faculty/mccombs/web/alg/classnotes/logs/logprops.html
      • Video from Youtube: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =Vs5doooe2VY
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    • Quit Concept Map
    • From Milky Way to Quarks Back to Previous Slide The size of the picture changes logarithmically Click Here to Watch Quit