Concise review of what high school and beginning college students need to know to solve problems in logarithms and exponential functions. Presents rigorously tested examples and coherent explanations in an easy-to-follow format. 2015 edition.Then solve: 3 x + 4 = 6.x a 15, so x=aquot;. Leta#39;s check our answer. If we 19 1. plug x== into the left side of the equation, we get: aquot;[(a#39;)aquot;). 23 *(Am(a#39;) - s) which reduces to ln(23) a In (#) Using the Quotient Law, we 23 19 get In 23 |= In 3. Our Solution works.

Title | : | Attacking Problems in Logarithms and Exponential Functions |

Author | : | David S. Kahn |

Publisher | : | Courier Dover Publications - 2015-10-21 |

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