7.3 LOGARITHMICFUNCTIONS ASINVERSESPart 2: Graphing Logarithms
Logarithms   A logarithmic function is the inverse of an    exponential function.                  and          are inve...
Graphing Logarithms1.   Identify the inverse exponential form2.   Create a table of values for the exponential     form (s...
Example: Graph each logarithmicfunction
Example: Graph each logarithmicfunction
Properties/Transformations of LogarithmicFunctions     Parent:     General Form:       Stretch:       Compression (shr...
Example Describe how the graph of each function compares with the graph of the parent function.
Example Describe how the graph of each function compares with the graph of the parent function.
Homework   P456 #36 – 43 all, 61 – 67 odd, 73 – 76 all
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  1. 1. 7.3 LOGARITHMICFUNCTIONS ASINVERSESPart 2: Graphing Logarithms
  2. 2. Logarithms A logarithmic function is the inverse of an exponential function.  and are inverses  The graphs of inverse functions are always reflections across the line y = x
  3. 3. Graphing Logarithms1. Identify the inverse exponential form2. Create a table of values for the exponential form (sketch the exponential form)3. Invert the ordered pairs4. Plot the points and sketch the graph of the logarithm
  4. 4. Example: Graph each logarithmicfunction
  5. 5. Example: Graph each logarithmicfunction
  6. 6. Properties/Transformations of LogarithmicFunctions  Parent:  General Form:  Stretch:  Compression (shrink):  Reflection:  Horizontal Translation:  Domain:  Range: All Real Numbers  Vertical Asymptote:  Vertical Translation:
  7. 7. Example Describe how the graph of each function compares with the graph of the parent function.
  8. 8. Example Describe how the graph of each function compares with the graph of the parent function.
  9. 9. Homework P456 #36 – 43 all, 61 – 67 odd, 73 – 76 all
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