# 'Natural logs' presentation slideshows

## LOGARITHMS

LOGARITHMS. Another way to play with EXPONENTS. DEFINITION. What is it…. A LOGARITHM IS AN EXPONENT. If x = b y then log b (x) = y. PROPERTIES. What makes a logarithm tick!. MULTIPLICATON ADDITION.

By natala
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## The Number e and Natural Logs

The Number e and Natural Logs. Chapter 8.4 and 8.3. The Number e. Like π and i , e denotes a number. e, the Eular Number, is named after the mathematician that discovered it, Leonhard Eular (1707 – 1783). e is also known as the Natural Base.

By miyoko
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## Logits : Odds of 1’s vs. 0’s in each Combination of Age, Education, Membership

Logits : Odds of 1’s vs. 0’s in each Combination of Age, Education, Membership. In the chapter, we shorted age to “A,” education to “E,” membership to “M,” and going green was “G.” Here it is with the variable names spelled out:

By imaran
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## How to calculate the Shannon-Weaver diversity index

How to calculate the Shannon-Weaver diversity index . Borrowed from: University of Hawaii Dep’t of Biology www.biology.hawaii.edu/301L/Spring/ppt/Shannon-Weaverpp.ppt. H’ = The Shannon-Weaver Diversity Index p i = the relative abundance of each group of organisms

By moeshe
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## 1.5 Functions and Logarithms

1.5 Functions and Logarithms. Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco, CA. Photo by Vickie Kelly, 2004. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. In other words, a function is one-to-one on domain D if: . whenever. A relation is a function if:

By dai
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## Natural Logs

Unit 6. Natural Logs. A logarithm is an exponent!. For x  0 and 0  a  1, y = log a x if and only if x = a y . The function given by f ( x ) = log a x i s called the logarithmic function with base a . Every logarithmic equation has an equivalent exponential form:

By morey
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## Natural Logarithms

Natural Logarithms. Section 8.6. Recall that. Natural Logs. Evaluate. Using Natural Logs to solve equations. How long would it take an investment to double if it is compounded continuously at 3.25%?. Solving Natural Log Equations. Solving Natural Log Equations.

By mya
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## Properties and Laws of Logarithms

Properties and Laws of Logarithms. 5.5. Objective: Use properties and laws of logarithms to simplify and evaluate expressions. Basic Properties of Logarithms. Example #1 Solving with the Basic Properties. Use the basic properties of logarithms to solve the equations below.

By ojal
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## Properties of Logarithms

Properties of Logarithms. Section 3.3. Properties of Logarithms. What logs can we find using our calculators? Common logarithm Natural logarithm Although these are the two most frequently used logarithms, you may need to evaluate other logs at times

By lemuel
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## 3.3B Expand & Condense Properties

3.3B Expand & Condense Properties. Common Logs Base of a. Natural Logs. l n ( uv ) = lnu + lnv ln = lnu – lnv ln = nlnu -------------------Condense More pieces to fewer All pieces MUST have same base in order to condense. ( uv ) = u + v = u - v = n u

By aliza
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## Measuring the Effect of Discrimination

Measuring the Effect of Discrimination . The Earnings Function Approach. You may recall from your math background the equation of a line being written in the form

By lara
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## 5.2 Logarithmic Functions & Their Graphs

5.2 Logarithmic Functions & Their Graphs. Goals— Recognize and evaluate logarithmic functions with base a Graph Logarithmic functions Recognize, evaluate, and graph natural logs Use logarithmic functions to model and solve real-life problems. f(x) = 3 x. Is this function one to one?.

By nikkos
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## The impact of oil price shocks on the UK: a time-varying SVAR

The impact of oil price shocks on the UK: a time-varying SVAR. Stephen Millard and Tamarah Shakir BOE, CAMA and MMF Workshop 25 May 2012. Motivation and Literature Data The model and the estimation process Step 1: identifying oil shocks Step 2: impact on the UK Results Conclusions.

By lizina
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## Slopes and Areas

Slopes and Areas. Frequently we will want to know the slope of a curve at some point. Or an area under a curve. We calculate slope as the change in height of a curve during some small change in horizontal position: i.e. rise over run.

By eddy
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## More on Logarithmic Functions 9.6

More on Logarithmic Functions 9.6. Logarithmic Functions. A logarithm is the inverse of an exponential function. y = b x. x = b y. To find the inverse, switch x and y. Exponential function. Logarithmic function. means. Logarithmic Functions. We write this function like this:.

By rodney
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## Problem of the Day - Calculator

Problem of the Day - Calculator. If the derivative of f is given by f '(x) = e x - 3x 2 , at which of the following values of x does f have a relative maximum value? A) -0.46 B) 0.20 C) 0.91 D) 0.95 E) 3.73. Problem of the Day - Calculator.

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## Properties of Logs

Properties of Logs. Objective: Be able to use the properties of logarithms to expand and condense expressions. TS: Make decisions after reflection and review Warm-Up: Use the change of base formula to rewrite log a 7 as a ratio of (a) common logs and then (b) as a ratio of natural logs

By sonel
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## The Logarithm Facts

The Logarithm Facts. Know these…and survive!. The Logarithmic Facts. Fact #1: The logarithmic function is the inverse of the exponential function. Domain: (0,infinity) Range: all real numbers. The Logarithmic Facts. Fact #2: X = b Y  Y = log b X exp. form log form

By tracey
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## 5-Minute Check on Activity 5-9

5-Minute Check on Activity 5-9. Using the exponential regression function in your calculator to two-decimal places of accuracy: Determine the regression equation for the following data: Use that regression equation to predict what y(6) =

By bona
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## Graphical Analysis of Data

Graphical Analysis of Data. Details on website http://sst.tees.ac.uk/external/U0000504 select “Res/Sci” method on main menu. Graphical Analysis. Pictorial representation of a mathematical relationship Two main approaches Analytical Based on theory Empirical

By annick
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