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Unformatted text preview: is an asymptote of the basic graph, y = 1 will be an asymptote of the new graph. Getting Ready to Graph ) , ( 1 1 1 : intercept==e y y ) , ( 1 1 : intercept = = = = =x x e e e e x x x x Graph of f(x) = e x 1 Asymptote: y = 1 Intercepts: (0, 0) Exponential Equations Example : Solve e 2x = e 4 2x =  4 x =  2 We have two equal powers with the same base, so the exponents need to be equal. All the properties of exponents learned in the previous section apply when working with the exponential function. The Difference Quotient . Compute . ) ( Let h h)f(a) f(a e x f x + = h e e h h)f(a) f(a a h a= + + ( 29 h e e h a 1=...
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 Fall '08
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 Calculus, PreCalculus

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