Math 105-02: Calculus I: Reading Homework 1.6--1.7
- Logarithms : what do logarithm functions do for us?
- Logs and Bases : what is the base of a logarithm? how is it related to the definition of the log?
- Properties : what properties are there of logarithms?
- Solving equations : explain the steps to solve 2(3)^{t}=25
- Graphs : what does the graph of log(x) look like? how is it related to the graph of 10^{x}?
- Logs and Power Functions : what is true about logs and power functions for large values of x?
- e and Natural Logarithms : what is e? why is it important?
- the Natural Logarithm : what is the natural logarithm?
- Properties : what properties does the natural logarithm have? how are these related to those of the common log (base 10)?
- Natural and other Exponentials :
- Growth and decay : when is an exponential with base e growing? decaying?
- a^{t} and e^{kt} : how can these functions be related?
Math 105-02: Calculus I: Reading Homework 1.6--1.7
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