MODULE 5 EXERCISES-MATH 121

MODULE 5 EXERCISES-MATH 121 - If in logarithmic form write...

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Jimmy Morgan-MAT-121-OL-(1 Nov 09 thru 23 Jan 20100-MODULE 5 EXERCISES) Module 5 Exercises 4.1 (8.) Decide whether each function as defined or graphed is one-to-one. No it is not one-to-one because any horizontal line will intersect more than one point. 4.1 (10.) Decide whether each function as defined or graphed is one-to-one. 4 20 y x = + ( ) ( ) f a f b = 4 20 4 20 a b + = + 4 4 a b = a b = Because a horizontal line will only pass through one point it is one-to-one .
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Jimmy Morgan-MAT-121-OL-(1 Nov 09 thru 23 Jan 20100-MODULE 5 EXERCISES) 4.2 (14) Graph each function. ( ) 4 x f x = 4.2 (20.) Graph each function. ( ) 10 x f x - =
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Jimmy Morgan-MAT-121-OL-(1 Nov 09 thru 23 Jan 20100-MODULE 5 EXERCISES) 4.3 (6) If the statement is in exponential form, write it in an equivalent logarithmic form.
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Unformatted text preview: If in logarithmic form, write in exponential form. 4 10 .0001-= 10 log .0001 4 = -4.3 (16) Solve the logarithmic equation. 27 log 3 64 x = log 3 27 64 x x x = ÷ 3 27 64 x = (cube root both sides) 3 27 64 x = 3 4 x = 4.4 (64.) Use the change-of-base theorem to find an approximation to four decimal places for each logarithm. 8 log .71 .71 .3425 8 2.079-= = .1647-4.5 (6.) Solve each exponential equation. Express irrational solutions as decimals correct to the nearest thousand. 5 13 x = ln5 ln13 ln13 2.564 ln5 1.609 1.594 x x x = = = =...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2012 for the course MATH 121 taught by Professor Crockett during the Spring '12 term at Thomas Edison State.

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MODULE 5 EXERCISES-MATH 121 - If in logarithmic form write...

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