  A Precalculus Outline

 Chapter 6:  Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Objective: Graphing Exponential Functions Objective: Graphing Logarithm Functions Objective: Common and Natural Logarithmic Functions Objective: Find the domain of logarithmic functions Objective: Converting between exponential and logarithmic form Objective: Evaluating Logarithms Objective: Finding domain algebraically Objective: Sign diagram Objective: Quadratic inequalities Objective: Polynomial inequalities Objective: Rational inequalities Objective: Graphing functions Objective: Inverse function Objective: One-to-one Objective: Horizontal line test Objective: Graphs of inverse functions Objective: Restricting a function to make it one-to-one Objective: Understanding the Power Rule of Logarithms Objective: Understanding the Product Rule of Logarithms Objective: Understanding the Quotient Rule of Logarithms Objective: Understanding the Change of Base Formula for Logarithms Objective: Using Properties of Logarithms Objective: Properties of exponents Objective: Logarithm function Objective: Common logarithms Objective: Natural logarithms Objective: Solving equations involving exponential functions Objective: Properties of exponential functions Objective: Properties of logarithms Objective: Sign diagram Objective: Solving equations involving logarithm functions Objective: Properties of exponential functions Objective: Properties of logarithms Objective: Sign diagram Objective: Understanding continuously compounded interest formula Objective: Understanding the compound interest formula Objective: Understanding the Exponential Growth and Decay formula Objective: Solving Exponential Growth Applications Objective: Solving Radioactive Decay Applications Objective: Newton's Law of Cooling Objective: Introduction to Simple and Compound Interest Objective: Solving Compound Interest Problems Objective: Graphing exponential functions Objective: Graphing logarithm functions Objective: Solving equations involving exponential functions Objective: Solving equations involving logarithms