Section 3.2B - Vertical Asymptote: Domain: Range:...

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1 Warm-up for Section 3.2B f(x) = 3 x-1 Graph the function and its inverse without the calculator. Find the domain and range of each. Determine the equations of the asymptotes for each. Determine the intercepts for each.
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4 Using transformations to graph logarithmic functions. Graph f(x) = log ½ x What are three points on the graph? Describe in words the transformations needed to graph and sketch on graph paper. a. y = f (x+2) b. y = -f(x) -1 c. y = 2 log ½ x + 3 d. y = 1- log ½ (x-2)
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6 Examples Graph: y = 1+log 7 (x+2) What is the basic function?
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Unformatted text preview: Vertical Asymptote: Domain: Range: Intercepts: 7 Applications Example 1 Students participating in a psychological experiment attended several lectures on a subject. At the end of the last lecture, and every month for the next year, the students were tested to see how much they remembered from the lectures. The average scores were given by What was the average score after 2 months? What was the average score after 6 months? 12 ), 1 ln( 6 75 ) ( +-= t t t f...
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Section 3.2B - Vertical Asymptote: Domain: Range:...

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