Graphing and Shifting Log Functions, video narrative, MP8 and more.MP4 - Section 2: Making connections: Exponentials and Logs

  Graphing and Shifting Log Functions, video narrative, MP8 and more.MP4
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Graphing and Shifting Logs

Unit 5: Logarithmic Functions and Equations
Lesson 2 of 11

Objective: SWBAT graph a logarithmic function by reversing a table for it's inverse exponential function and stretch/shift these logarithmic functions.

Big Idea: Shifty functions again... Now they are just logs! Students apply prior knowledge of parameter changes on functions to logs.

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Math, inverse functions, logarithmic function, Relations and Functions, stretching, shifting functions, graphing logs, transformations of log, inverse from table of values
  50 minutes
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