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14.3_practicepp - of free-throws a basketball player can...

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Mat120 - Homework Practice Name___________________________________ Section14.3 Class Hour:______________________________ Write the equation in its equivalent exponential form. 1) log b 243 = 5 1) Write the equation in its equivalent logarithmic form. 2) 9 x = 287 2) Evaluate the expression without using a calculator. 3) log 5 125 3) Graph the function. 4) y = log 3 x x -6 6 y 6 -6 4) Page 1 of 2
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Find the domain of the logarithmic function. 5) f(x) = log 6 (x + 5) 5) Solve. 6) Use the formula R = log a T + B to find the intensity R on the Richter scale, given that amplitude a is 346 micrometers, time T between waves is 2 seconds, and B is 2.2. Round answer to one decimal place. 6) 7) The formula y = 1 + 1.6ln (x + 1) models the average number
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Unformatted text preview: of free-throws a basketball player can make consecutively during practice as a function of time, where x is the number of consecutive days the basketball player has practiced for two hours. After 78 days of practice, what is the average number of consecutive free throws the basketball player makes? 7) Page 2 of 2 Answer Key Testname: 14.3_PRACTICEPP 1) b 5 = 243 2) log 9 287 = x 3) 3 4) x-6 6 y 6-6 5) (-5, ) 6) 4.4 7) 8 consecutive free throws Page 3 of 2...
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