Determine whether or not a function has an inverse (i.e., is one-to-one)–Find the inverse of a function given a table or equation–Restrict the domain of a function and then find its inverse•Module 12: Exponential functions–Definition and properties of an exponential function–Domain and range of an exponential function–Equation of the horizontal asymptote of an exponential function–Determine whether a set of data is exponential–Findf(x) given exponential data
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–Findf(x) given the graph of an exponential function–Recognize the natural exponential function–Change the base in an exponential function–Solve an exponential equation•Module 13: Logarithms–Definition of a logarithmic function–Write exponential expressions as logarithmic expressions–Write logarithmic expressions as exponential expressions–Evaluate a logarithmic expression–Domain and range of a logarithmic function–Equation of the vertical asymptote of an logarithmic function–Recognize the natural and common logarithmic functions–Change the base of a logarithm–Solve basic logarithmic equations•Module 15: Properties of logarithms–State the six properties of logarithms–Write logarithmic expressions as a sum or difference of logs–Write a sum or difference of logs as a single logarithm–Evaluate a logarithmic expression using the properties of logarithms–

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- Spring '08
- Mccollum
- Derivative, Exponentiation, Inverse function, Logarithm