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LOGS EQUAL THE
The inverse of an exponential function is a logarithmic function. Logarithmic Function x = log a y read: “x equals log base a of y”
y = b x x = log b y These two equations are equivalent We can convert exponential equations to logarithmic equations and vice versa, using this:
Convert to exponential form 1) 2) 3)
Convert to logarithmic form 4) 5) 6)
Now that we can convert between the two forms we can simplify logarithmic expressions. Without a Calculator!
Simplify 1) log 2 32 2) log 3 27 3) log 4 2 4) log 3 1 2 ? = 32 3 ? = 27 4 ? = 2 3 ? = 1 ? = 5 ? = 3 ? = 0.5 ? = 0 “What is the exponent of that gives you 32?” “ What is the exponent of 3 that gives you 27? ”
We can also use these two forms to help us solve for an inverse. The steps for finding an inverse are the same as before. Easy as 1, 2, 3… 1-Rewrite 2-Switch x and y 3-Solve for y
Example: Find the inverse
Now you try……..
An inverse you just have to know Ln and are inverses They undo each other 1. 2.
Example: Find the inverse
Now you try….. Find the inverse:
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Ex. 3 log 10 5x 3 y log 10 5+ log 10 y+ log 10 x 3 log 10 5+ log 10 y+ 3 log 10 x Expand.
Ex. 4 Expand.
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Ex. 5 Condense. a) b)
Now you Try…..Condense each
Ex. 6 Use and to evaluate the logarithm.
Ex. 7 Use the properties of logarithms to verify that -ln ½ = ln 2 -ln ½ = -ln (2 -1 ) = -(-1) ln (2) = ln (2) =ln 2
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LOGS EQUAL THE The inverse of an exponential function is a logarithmic function. Logarithmic Function x = log a y read: “x equals log base a of y”
Essential Questions: 1. How do I solve exponential functions? 2. How do I solve logarmithic functions?
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