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# week 2 exercise zup - ln(x 1 = 1.48 or 2.0833333 x 1 =...

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MA1310: Module 2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Exercise 2.1 1. What is an exponential function? Functions whose equations contain a variable in the exponent 2. What is a natural exponential function? An exponential function with “e” as it’s base. 3. Evaluate 4-1.5 using a calculator. Round your answer to 3 decimal places. 125 4. 5. 2 6 = 64 6. Log 8 300 = Y 7. A) f(0) = .48ln(1) + 27 = 27 f(100) = .48ln(101) + 27 = 29.21526 b. .48ln(x+1) + 27 = 28

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Unformatted text preview: ln(x+1) = 1/.48 or 2.0833333 x+1 = 8.031195 x = 7.031195 B) 100 miles 8. The answer is #log (a/b)= log a - log b# or you can use #ln (a/b)=ln a - ln b#. An example of how to use this: simplify using quotient property: #log ((2^5)/(2^2))# >#=log (2^5)-log(2^2)# #=5log2 - 2log2# #=3log2# Citing source: website socratic.org MA1310: Module 2 Exponental and LogariThmic Functons Exercise 2.1 9. = log(x) - log(1000) = log(x) - 3...
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