Level: Basic Skill
convert form:
log_a (b)= y
Level: Difficult
Level: Medium
This looks messy and scary. For your viewing pleasure, please put this into "Log" format. Level: Medium
How can you be "confident" that you just rocked the last question? (And I didn't make a mistake in the answer?) Level: Easy
What are the "NPV"s or limitations of logs?
For the equation below. Level: Important
What are rational functions?
Do you think you can sketch
f(x) = (x^2+3x)/(x^3+2) ?
Yes you can =)
What do TOPs on rational functions tell us?
f(x) = (x2)(x1) / (3x)
What do BOTTOMs on rational functions tell us?
f(x) = (x2)(x1) / (3x)
How do you know if there will be a 1)POD 2)Horizontal Asymptote 3) Vertical Asymptote?
Given all that you know, sketch:
(x6)(x+1)/(3x)
Given all you know, get the equation for this. (The yintercept is 1/5)
What is the formula for logs, generally used in word problems?
If this is the general formula for a real life log question, what does each thing kind of mean?
A=P(1+r)^t
What does a log graph generally look like, and what other "function" does it relate to, and what are some things to remember about logs?
How can I find the inverse of an exponential function y=2^x
What is the general formula of a log, and what should I remember about vertical/horizontal shift and stretch for logs?
Created by Lauren Jatana
about 1 year ago

