EVALUATE THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION FOR THREE POSITIVE VALUES OF X,THREE NEGATIVE VALUES OF X,AND AT X=0.SHOW YOUR WORK.USE THE RESULTING ORDERED PAIRS TO PLOT THE GRAPH.STATE THE DOMAIN AND RANGE OF THE FUNCTIONATTACH GRAPH AS LISTED AND REQUIRED.F(X)=E^X1
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EVALUATE THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION FOR THREE POSITIVE VALUES OF X,THREE NEGATIVE VALUES OF X,AND AT X=0.SHOW YOUR WORK.USE THE RESULTING ORDERED PAIRS TO PLOT THE GRAPH.STATE THE DOMAIN AND RANGE OF THE FUNCTIONATTACH GRAPH AS LISTED AND REQUIRED.F(X)=E^X1
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please help me out in this......
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\[f(x) = e ^{x}1\]
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yes this is the question?
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okay, substitute and three positive values of x, say 1,2,3 and three negative values, say 1,2,3 in f(x)
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so for x =1,
f(x) = f(1) = (e^1) 1
use your calculator or google to find the value of e^1 and subtract 1 from that to get f(1)
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just go to google.com and type e^1. you will get a value. try it out
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according to google calculator e^1 is 0.367879441. so (e^1) 1 = 0.632120559
so at x = 1, f(x) = 0.632120559
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similarly find out values of f(x) for x =2,3 and x = 1,2,3
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use those values and make a graph such as this:
f(x)







>x
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iam new to this..thts why getting problems
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okay I understand. But now I have shown you the procedure. Just follow it. Its easy. You can do it. Did you try typing it in google?
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yes i did
but i dint got
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okay. do you have a scientific calculator with you?
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did you type in e^1 exactly as I typed it? just copy e^1 and paste it in google. and press enter.
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yeah i did the same
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i got now
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okay what did you get?
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can you help me in another question?
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i got the same which you got
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okay good, just do the same for other numbers and you will get your answers.
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Yes, I can help you. But your new problem separately.
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post your new problem separately.
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ok
can i post it here
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no.. post it separately. this post is too long already
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ok
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I dont see it zehera.
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its not coming there
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i think that i have poted it before thts y it not coming once again
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eveluate the exponentaial eqution forthree positive valu f x,and three negative values of x,and at x=0.transform the second expression into the equivalent logarithm equation and evalaute the logarithm equation for thre values of x that are greater than 1,three values of x that are between 0 and1,and at x=1.show your work.use the resulting ordered pairs to plot the graph of each function.Y=5x^2,X=5y^2
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is that it?
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yes
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so Y = 5x^2 is equation 1
and
X = 5Y^2 is equation 2
right?
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yes
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okay what is x^2 ?
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on google i got this but ith another equation
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im getting positive values but for negative vl\alues iam getting confused
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okay, ;ets make it simpler then. what is x^2 ?
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ok it would be greatful
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okay. but what is x^2?
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its given that Y=5X^2
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no, tell me what x^2 means. I dont want maths. Just tell me in plain english. What do you think x^2 means?
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I DONT KNOW?
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okay. \[x ^{2} = 1/x ^{2}\]
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ok
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so,
\[5x ^{2} = 5/x ^{2}\]
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that means,
\[Y = 5/x ^{2}\]
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so now substitute x = 1,2,3 and 1,2,3 and get Y values. what is the value of Y at 0?
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1 i think
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how?
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any value at log0 is 1
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you are just asked to evaluate the first equation. Why are you taking log?
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ok
you explain me how to do
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if we take one value as 2 thn y=5/4
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is it right?
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right
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ok like this we have to take the other two values
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right. But the question also asks for x =0 . so what happens if you take another value as 0?
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dont lknow
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just put 0 in the equation. see what you get. y = 5/0. what is anything divided by 0?
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0
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so we have to take three values as 0,1,2
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no, anything multiplied by 0 is 0. anything divided by zero is infinity.
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No, pay attention zehera. the problem asks for three positive values. so you use any three positive values. Similarly use three negative values. then use x = 0 which is neither positive nor negative.
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ok
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so totally you have 7 values, three positive, three negative and one 0.
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ok
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okay. now second equation.
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while taking negative values we get 5/4
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what does the problem say you should do with the second equation?
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if x = 2, what is x ^2?
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x^2 = x * x.
so, if x = 2, x * x = ?
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4
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so then for x = 2, Y = ?
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confused
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x = 2. Y = 5/(2)^2
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but you just said (2)^2 = 4
so Y = 5/4.
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understood?
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but here the poer is 2 na
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2^2=?
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are you talking about equation 1 or equation 2?
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equation2
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okay
i was talking about equation 1
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what does the problem say to do with equation 2?
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same as we did in equation 1
but here we have to take negative values
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No, pay attention. The problem says transform equation 2 to its logarthmic form
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am i right?
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im jst getting confused
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you just explain me
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i will follow it
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There are two parts of the problem. We finished the first part using equation 1. Now the second part of the problem says transform the second equation to logarithm form
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the second equation is X=5y^2
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so you transform it to logarithms by taking log on both sides.
that is
log X = log(5y^2)
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that is all I can explain. You should be able to take it from there.
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ok
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thankyou
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you are welcome.
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you helped me lot
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thankyou very much
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bye:)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logarithms
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you are welcome. try to understand what you are doing and you will get your answers easily. good luck!
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