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Unformatted text preview: x-4 + x + 2 ( x 2 + 2 )2 2 [Return to Problems] © 2007 Paul Dawkins 278 College Algebra Exponential and Logarithm Functions Introduction In this chapter we are going to look at exponential and logarithm functions. Both of these functions are very important and need to be understood by anyone who is going on to later math courses. These functions also have applications in science, engineering, and business to name a few areas. In fact, these functions can show up in just about any field that uses even a small degree of mathematics. Many students find these to be difficult functions to deal with, especially logarithms. This is probably because they are so different from any of the other functions that they’ve looked at to this point and logarithms use a notation that will be new to almost everyone in an algebra class. However, you will find that once you get past the notation and start to understand some of their properties they really aren’t too bad. H...
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