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EXPONENTS
AND
EXPONENTIAL
FUNCTIONS
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LOGARITHMS
AND
LOGARITHMIC
FUNCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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In this chapter, up to this point, we developed the concept of logarithm and the properties of
logarithms. Now, we can introduce logarithmic functions.
A. DEFINITION OF LOGARITMIC FUNCTIONS
Definition
For a > 0, a 1, a function f : (0
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Graphs of some functions can be sketched by using the method of plotting points, but the
procedure developed in the following discussion allows us to sketch the graphs of functions
in logarithmic form with little or no computation.
A.
COMPARE 1st and 2nd DEGREE Equations
FIRST DEGREE
SECOND DEGREE
S(X) = m X + c
S(X) = a X2 + b X + c
T(X) = m (X - Px) + Py
T(X) = a (X - Vx)2 + Vy
F(X) = m (X - r)
F(X) = a (X - r1) (X - r2)
m = 1st coefficient
a = 1st coefficient
m = "mean" = average =