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Bellwork. >>>Assignment from last class is due if you did not turn it in (12 problems from last slide of Intro to Logs PowerPoint). 1) Fill in the table for the indicated problem and SKETCH a graph!. 2 ) Find the inverse of f(x)=5 x+3 -1. Open notes Quiz over Inverses.

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Bellwork

Bellwork

  • >>>Assignment from last class is due if you did not turn it in (12 problems from last slide of Intro to Logs PowerPoint)

1) Fill in the table for the indicated problem and SKETCH a graph!

2) Find the inverse of f(x)=5x+3-1


Open notes quiz over inverses

Open notes Quiz over Inverses

Any quick questions before we begin?

-Find inverse from a table

-Find inverse from a graph

-Find inverse from an equation

-Know when no inverse exists

-Determine if an inverse is a function based on the graph

(relationship with one-to-one)


Recall

Recall…

  • When a variable is in the exponent, we rewrite as a logarithm in order to solve…


Solving exponential and logarithmic problems

Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Problems

  • A few things to note…

Change of Base Formula


Solving exponential and logarithmic problems1

Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Problems

Some simple examples:

a)

b)

d)

c)

1/5 to what power equals 25?

3 to what power equals 27?


Solving exponential and logarithmic problems2

Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Problems

f)

e)


Solving exponential and logarithmic problems3

Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Problems

h)

g)


Solving exponential and logarithmic problems4

Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Problems

j)

i)


In class practice homework

In Class Practice/Homework


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