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Graphing Logarithmic Functions Flip Book
This flip book was created to be used as a stations activity to provide extra practice with graphing logarithmic functions and identifying the domain, range, x-intercept, asymptotes, and end behavior.
There are 8 functions in the book. Print the book for ea

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Features large-print easy-to-understand examples, analysis, and four sets of practice problems. Topics include graphing logarithms and finding inverse functions, domain, range, asymptotes, and transformations. Included are TI-84 keystrokes, bold and colorful graphs, and a thorough review of expon

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Graphing transformations of log. Address horizontal/vertical shifts, reflections, and horizontal/vertical stretch/compress. Students will complete a table, sketch a graph, and identify transformations, asymptotes and domain/range.

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This small packet helps students learn how to graph logarithmic functions by first rewriting the function in exponential form, then putting values into a table and graphing them. There is one example done by the teacher (you could do more if you like) and there are three problems for the students to

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With this project the students will:
1) graph the line y=x
2) graph the logarithmic function and it’s inverse
3) identify the domain and range of the logarithmic function
4) identify the x-intercept and y-intercept of the log function
5) identify and graph the asymptote of the logarithmic function

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Help students learn how to rewrite expressions in either form of exponential or logarithmic. Help students learn how to graph logarithms, by identifying the relationship between logarithmic functions and exponential functions, asympotes, and and transformation that might occur.
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This worksheet is a way for algebra 2 students to practice graphing logarithmic functions. It asks students to identify the asymptote, domain, and range. It also includes 2 tables for the students to identify 3 key points of the parent function as well as a table for the shifted function. An answ

This activity is designed to help students with graphing Exponential Functions by the graph of y=Logb(x). Bases are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5. Please check out the preview to see the equations included in this activity.This activity also gets students up and about. Place the 12 card

Also included in: Graphing Bundle ~4 Logarithmic Functions Walk Around Activity

hese PowerPoints are designed for teacher, student, tutor, or parent use. The lesson numbers refer to correlation with the textbook, Algebra 2: An Integrated Approach (Larson, Kanold, Stiff). The warm-up problems are based on pre-requisite skills or review of previous lessons. The last page provides

This activity is designed to help students with graphing the Logarithmic Functions of the form f(x)= alogb(x-h)+k. This is a master level activity. Student will shift, reflect or dilate the function f(x)=logb(x) when b = { 2, 3, 4, 5,6, 8, 10}.Please check out the preview to see the equations includ

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This activity is designed to help students with graphing the Logarithmic Functions of the form f(x)= logb(x-h)+k. Student will shift the function f(x)=logb(x) when b = { 2, 3, 4, 5}.Please check out the preview to see the equations included in this activity.This activity also gets students up and

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Also included in: Graphing Bundle ~4 Logarithmic Functions Walk Around Activity

This worksheet contains 18 logarithmic functions for students to graph. They must graph, find the x-intercepts, find the asymptote, and find domain and range for each function.
Answer key is included.
Note: If you’d like to purchase 17 of my Functions activities, practice, and review worksheets

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Students graph basic logarithmic functions and identify:
-vertical asymptote
-x- and y-intercepts
-domain
-range
-end behavior

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This reference sheet for graphing logarithmic functions walks students through identifying x and y shifts and the base, identifying the parent function, creating a table for the parent function, shifting the parent table, plotting the points from the shifted table and sketching in the vertical asymp

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Use this document to supplement teaching students to graph logarithms. This is not a sufficient resource to teach students to graph logs as the meaning of why you are taking each step might be lost on students. Use it as a reminder of the steps after they understand why each step is being taken.
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Lesson 9 – Graphing Logarithmic Functions is a lesson for Algebra 2. This lesson covers how to graph a logarithmic function, write transformations of the function. In this bundle, you get the SmartBoard notes for the lesson, the SmartBoard filled in notes, the note guide for the students to go alon

This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Graphing Exponential Functions
• Solving Exponential Equations (Common Base)
• Converting Between Logarithmic and Exponential Form
• Evaluating Logarithms; Change of Bas

Graphing LogarithmsThis product covers the concepts of graphing and transforming logarithmic functions. In the lesson students will graph logarithmic functions by converting them into exponential functions. They will then fill in a table "backwards" to help them graph the functions. Students will th

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Word Document--easy to edit! Packet includes two levels of practice tests, step-by-step solutions to use as review, 28-question unit tests, and answer keys. Appropriate for all levels of Algebra 2 and Precalculus, including Honors and Pre-AP.
This assessment tests the objectives taught in Lessons

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Stations are a way for students to independently practice what they have learned. These stations were written with guiding information to help students along the way.
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Station #1: Graphing exponential growth and decay functions
Station #2: Graphing transformed exponential functions
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This project reviews the following:
1) Graphing linear equations and finding intercepts, domain and range
2) Graphing Quadratic Equations and finding vertex, intercepts, domain and range
3) Graphing Radical Functions and finding intercepts, domain and range
4) Graphing Exponential Functions and t

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Logarithmic Functions Matching is an interactive and hands on way for students to practice identifying translations and graphs of logarithmic functions. Students match each logarithmic function card to its graph card and translation card. This activity can be used in a variety of ways including as

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Are You Ready for Calculus? You will find a general review of prerequisite skills and a 15 question, 50-minute placement test for Calculus readiness. No calculators allowed. The Placement Test is a free-response type assessment.There are 28 questions in the Prerequisite Review Assignment which inc

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In this bundled set you will find all you need to prepare your Pre-Calculus students for a better understanding of EXPONENTIAL, LOGISTIC, & LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS. The file includes:5 Content Quizzes − Forms A & BExponential and Logistic FunctionsExponential and Logistic ModelingLogarithmic F

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