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  • one year ago

How can exponential and logarithmic functions be combined?

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  1. anonymous
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    take an example i will explain

  2. anonymous
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    uhhh lol

  3. anonymous
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    yup XD

  4. anonymous
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    you should make one and ill invite u to my wedding with @owlcoffee

  5. anonymous
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    lol.i will never be able to come there XD

  6. anonymous
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    aw why not? Owl will become a surgeon and pay for your ticket

  7. anonymous
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    it its written e^x then u can write it as xlog e

  8. anonymous
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    so what do i write as the answer

  9. anonymous
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    to the question

  10. anonymous
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    sure i will come then :)

  11. anonymous
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    yay!

  12. anonymous
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    is this the question ?

  13. anonymous
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    should we try a different question

  14. anonymous
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    yes sure idk how to say in words

  15. anonymous
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    yes i have to answer 3 but i can pick

  16. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Please answer 3 of the following questions for discussion (you must explain completely what you are talking about because if you don't write enough or are way off, you will have to respond again and your test won't be opened): -How can an exponential function be created? -How can the properties of exponents help solve exponential equations? -What are some real-world applications for exponential functions? -How are exponential functions related to logarithmic functions? -How can a logarithmic function be created? -How can the properties of exponents help solve logarithmic equations? -How can the properties of logarithms be applied to simplify or solve equations? -The base change property can help in what type of scenarios? -How can exponential equations with unequal bases be solved? -How do the various parts of an exponential equation affect the entire equation? -Why does the average rate of change vary on an exponential function? -What effects does adding a constant have to an exponential function? -How can exponential functions be utilized to fit existing data? -How can logarithms be graphed with different bases? -How do transformations affect the logarithmic graph? -How can exponential and logarithmic functions be combined? -What effect does adding a linear function to an exponential or logarithmic function have on the graph? -In what ways do inverse functions relate to exponential functions and logarithmic functions?

  17. anonymous
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    it doesnt matter which 3

  18. anonymous
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    let me choose

  19. anonymous
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    thx so much

  20. anonymous
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    http://home.scarlet.be/math/exp.htm see this

  21. anonymous
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    that's so much

  22. anonymous
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    read a little u will get it

  23. anonymous
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    okay lol

  24. anonymous
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    loga(x) = y <=> ay = x

  25. anonymous
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    for x > 0 we have aloga(x) = x and for all x we have loga(ax) = x

  26. anonymous
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    that's like japanese to me it makes no sense LOL

  27. anonymous
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    lol.

  28. anonymous
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    i'll figure it out thank you :)

  29. anonymous
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    sorry

  30. anonymous
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    it's ok!

  31. anonymous
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    @ganeshie8

  32. anonymous
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    ganeshie will u come ?

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