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Unformatted text preview: n ( 29 1 1 n n + 1 2 2 2.25 10 2.5937424601 100 2.7048138294 1000 2.7169239322 10,000 2.7181459268 100,000 2.7182682372 1,000,000 2.7182804693 10,000,000 2.7182816925 100,000,00 2.7182818149 2 x y = 3 x y = ( ) x f x e = ( ) x f x e = Objective 2: Sketching the Graphs of Natural Exponential Functions ( ) x f x e = 5.2.8 Use the graph of ( ) x f x e = and transformations to sketch the exponential functions. Determine the domain and range. Also, determine the yintercept and find the equation of the horizontal asymptote. Objective 3: Solving Natural Exponential Equations by Relating the Bases The Method of Relating the Bases for Solving Exponential Equations If an exponential equation can be written in the form u v b b = , then u v = . 5.2.14 Solve the exponential equation using the method of “relating the bases” by first rewriting the equation in the form u v b b = ....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MATH 1001 taught by Professor Moshe during the Spring '09 term at LSU.
 Spring '09
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 Algebra, Exponential Function

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