pre-calculus part 2

Pre-Calculus Part 2

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THE DANGEROUS WORLD OF PRE-CALCULUS, PART 2

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO ACE PRE-CALCULUS IS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS:
exponential functions
basic exponents
standard form for exponentials
using a calculator
real life exponential (bacteria)
easy exponential facts
- zero exponents
- negative exponents
- fractional exponents
square root refreshers
common exponential errors
rules of exponents
- adding exponents rule
- power of a product rule
- multiplying exponents rule
- subtracting exponents rule
- power of a quotient rule
changing the appearance of exponentials
imposter rules
applications of exponents
graphs of exponents
e exponentials
continuously compounded interest
nuclear radiation (half life)
rules of exponents
log evaluation
logs on calculators
log graphs
changing logs to exponents
common log or base 10
natural log or base e
rules of logs
- sum of logs property
- difference of logs property
- log of exponents property
- simplifying logs
extraneous roots
solving log equations
solving exponential equations with logs
converting logs to base 10 or base e
exponential equations in terms of e