Reflection: Joy Logarithms - Section 3: Active Practice

 
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Logarithms

Unit 2: Exponential Functions
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: SWBAT evaluate logarithms and understand the inverse relationship between logarithms and exponential expressions.

Big Idea: Logarithms are exponents! To evaluate a logarithmic expression, we ask "what exponent do we put on this number to get that number?"

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Math, logarithms, Algebra, Exponents and Exponential Functions, exponential equations, exponential expressions, Inverse, inverse operations
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