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Unformatted text preview: Algebra 2 Unit 5 Exponential and ial and Logarithmic Functions Subtopic: Evaluating Logarith Name: Menchur .F. SF.5 Understand the inverse relationship between exponents and logarithms and use In Date: March 12, 2019 time and use this relationship to solve problems involving Essential Question(s): 1. How do you convert between exponential and logarithmic forms? Exponenti you evaluate logarithms by discovery/inquiry and using change of base formula? Converting Between Exponential and Logarithmic Form Process A. by = xif and only if y = log; x Write the logarithmic equation in exponential form. 1. 10g6 216 = 3 Exponential Form:_ - 214 2. logs 625 = 4 Exponential Form: 54- 625 3. 10g8 54 2 = -2 Exponetial Form: 4. 10825 5 =7 Exponential Form: -= S Write the exponential equation in logarithmic form. 5. 73 = 343 Logarithmic Form: lay2 34 = 3 6. 142 = 196 Logarithmic Form: lagi 146=2 7. 162 = 64 Logarithmic Form: log bu=3- 8. 11 -2 = 1 121 Logarithmic Form: 109 -2 15- Evaluate each of the following logarithms. Round your answers to four decimal places. 9. log 98 = 11. log 24.7 = _ 1.3727 10. log 7 = 12. log 3.25 = 0 . \$11 0 Use the change of base formula to find the value of each logarithmic expression. Round all answers to the nearest thousandth. Change of Base Formula: log, x = \ Show the Wo Receive Full Credit! 13. logs 78 14. log4 18 15. log7 47 log 78 109 18 log 47 109 5 logH log 7 16. 10g1 1 13.5 17. log, 15 18. log3 8.2 105 1 3.5 los Is log 8.2 log 3...
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