Sunday, October 27, 2013

SV #4: Unit I Concept 2: Graphing Logarithmic Equations

What is this problem about?

This problem goes over how to graph logarithmic equations and how to find key points such as x and y-intercepts. We also identify the asymptote, domain, and range. This type of graph is very different than exponential ones.

What does the viewer need to pay special attention to in order to understand?

Make sure you are correctly able to find your h because it will be crucial to finding your asymptote. In these types of graph we only care about h and k. Our asymptote equation will be x = h. P.S. h will be the opposite of what you see in the equation. Be sure to use the change of base formula when solving for your y-intercept and to correctly exponentiate for your x-intercept.

Happy solving!

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