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CCSSHSF-LE.A.4

CCSSHSA-SSE.A.2

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Fully editable guided notes and practice worksheet for teaching the properties of logarithms. This goes well with chapter 6-5 of Big Ideas Math Algebra 2 (Larson and Boswell), chapter 7-5 of Algebra 2 by Larson, or as a stand-alone lesson.

**Concepts covered are:**

**Product property****Quotient property****Power property****Change-of-base formula**

There are 16 example problems to work through with students in class and 20 practice problems for students to do individually.

Student handouts are uploaded in pdf and word format for ease of printing and editing.

Handwritten answer keys provided for both the notes and the worksheet.

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CCSSHSF-LE.A.4

For exponential models, express as a logarithm the solution to π’π£ to the π€π΅ power = π₯ where π’, π€, and π₯ are numbers and the base π£ is 2, 10, or π¦; evaluate the logarithm using technology.

CCSSHSA-SSE.A.2

Use the structure of an expression to identify ways to rewrite it. For example, see πΉβ΄ β πΊβ΄ as (πΉΒ²)Β² β (πΊΒ²)Β², thus recognizing it as a difference of squares that can be factored as (πΉΒ² β πΊΒ²)(πΉΒ² + πΊΒ²).

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5 (3 blank, 2 key)

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