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# Pre-Cal 40S Slides November 5, 2007

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Transformations of exponential functions and the definition of a logarithm.

Transformations of exponential functions and the definition of a logarithm.

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• 1. Logs R Us!
• 2. 1. Find the domain and range of ƒ. 2. Find the horizontal asymptote of the graph. 3. Find the x and y intercepts of the graph of ƒ if there are any. 4. Sketch the graph of ƒ.
• 3. 1. Find the domain and range of f. 2. Find the horizontal asymptote of the graph. 3. Find the x and y intercepts of the graph. of f if there are any. 4. Sketch the graph of f.
• 4. Rewrite each table of values for the inverse of each function ...
• 5. Rewrite each table of values for the inverse of each function ...
• 6. Let's see 2^x Then, sketch the graph of it's inverse ...
• 7. a b=c log b c = a b is the base b is the base a is the exponent a is the (exponent) logarithm c is the power c is the (power) argument A LOGARITHM IS AN EXPONENT
• 8. Write as exponential expressions:
• 9. Solve for x:
• 10. Solve for x: