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Unformatted text preview: ) 2 ( log 3 ) 3 ( log 2 1 5 5 5 ++x x x 8. “Break down” into multiple logarithms. a) + 2 3 4 ) 5 ( 1 log x x b) ) ) 2 ( 3 ( log 8 6x x 9. Solve each equation. a) 18 ) 4 ( 2 1 5 =x b) 15 2 8 = + x e c) 5 ) 2 ( log ) ( log 2 2 = + x x d) 4 2 ) 2 ln( 3 =x 10. Given some data, be able to pick a function to model it and find the function using your calculator. Then be able to use your model to answer questions. See section 5.7 for examples....
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 Fall '08
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 Derivative, Exponentiation, Inverse function, Logarithm, Slide rule

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