Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (Pre-Calculus Curriculum - Unit 4)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Graphing Exponential Functions
• Graphing Natural Base (base e) Functions
• Exponential Growth and Decay Applications
• Applications of the Logistic Growth Function
• Compound Interest
• Continuous Compound Interest
• Converting between Exponential and Logarithmic Form
• Evaluating Logarithms and the Change of Base Formula
• Natural Logarithms
• Properties of Logarithms (Product Property, Quotient Property, Power Property)
• Expanding and Condensing Logarithms
• Solving Exponential Equations using a Common Base
• Solving Logarithmic Equations
• Solving Exponential Equations using Logarithms
• Applications with Solving Equations
• Nonlinear Regression: Exponential, Power, Logistic, Logarithmic
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More Pre-Calculus Units:
Unit 1 – Fundamental Skills
Unit 2 – Functions and Their Graphs
Unit 3 – Polynomial and Rational Functions
Unit 5 – Trigonometric Functions
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