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Factorial Notation
The last section had several problems where the answer was found by multiplying several
consecutive positive integers. Expressions like 6 5 4 3 2 1 and 6 5 4 3 were
used in problems where the members of the set could not
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T. Darrel Westbrook, Teacher
All papers will have a heading. That heading includes your first and last name, the page number
of the assignment, your class period labeled (period 3 or 3rd period), and the assign problems.
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Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
e have examined power functions like f ( x) = x2 . Interchanging x
and 2 yields a different function f ( x) = 2 x . This new function is
radically different from a power function and has vastly different pro
Pre-Calculus ~ Ch 3.1 & 3.2 Notes
Graphs of Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
Date
Ex 1) For each of the following functions, find the coordinate on the graph when x = 0.
y = 3x
A)
x
B) y = 3
C) y = e
x
D) y =
2
1
x
E) y = b
x
Ex2) What coordinate will
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Chapter 12: Human Resource Management
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Act of 1964 (as amended)?
a. race
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d. sexual orientation
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Chapter
Exponential,
Logistic, and
Logarithmic
Functions
3
3.1 Exponential and Logistic Functions
Alternate Example 2 Computing Exponential Function Values for
Rational Number Inputs
For f (x) = 3x, find the value of the function for the given value of x.
CHAPTER 17: EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHM
FUNCTIONS
1. Exponential Functions
Definition 1.1. An exponential function is a function of the form
f (x) = A bx
t
(A, b constants)
r
( or f (t) = Ab or f (r) = Ab . . . etc.) That is, it is a function with a
variabl
Elementary Functions
Chapter 3, Exponential Functions and Logarithms
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Version 1.2, August 28, 2013
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3.4
Working with logarithms
3.4.1
Rules for logarithms
We review the properties of logarithms from the previous lecture. In that lecture, we developed the
following identities.
The Product Property is an identity involving the logarithm of product:
logb (
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Review 3.13.5
1. Sketch a graph of the following:
3-) f(x)=5x 3 mm 3) b.) f(x)=ex+1 (UP-1)
2. Write the exponential equations in logarithmic form:
b.) 34:81
a.) 7'2 =-1
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3. Evaluate Without a calculator:
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Properties of Logarithms
What you should learn
Use the change-of-base
formula to rewrite and evaluate logarithmic expressions.
Use properties of logarithms
to evaluat
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Chapter
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Pre-Calculus Assignment Guide
Chapter thee reviews exponential and logarithmic functions or transcendental functions. They are an
important component to Calculus and usually deserve their own chapter when it comes to differentiation and
integrat
Date: 3/12/13
Objective: SWBAT apply properties of exponential functions and will apply
properties of logarithms.
Bell Ringer:
1.
= 3x 6, find the inverse, 1
.,
Using your graphing calculator, Graph , 1 and y =x
pg 308 #48, 50, 52
1.
HW Requests: Meanin
Chapter 3.2 LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS AND GRAPHS
Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs
In section 3.2 you will learn to:
Recognize, evaluate and graph logarithmic functions with whole number bases.
Recognize, evaluate and graph natural logarithmic function
i; m Review Exercises
The collection of exercises marked in red could be used as a
chapter test.
In Exercises 1 and 2, compute the exact value of the function for
the given x value without using a calculator.
1.f<x)=3-4x for x=%
2.f(x)=6-3" for x=_%
In Ex