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Series: College Algebra: Logarithmic Functions

About this Series

  • Lessons: 4
  • Total Time: 0h 32m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 11/20/2009
  • Last Updated At: 11/20/2009

These four lessons will cover logarithmic functions. We'll start with an introduction. Then, you'll learn how to convert between exponential and logarithmic functions. Next, we'll go through a lesson on graphing logarithmic functions before moving on to a final lesson on matching the graphs of logarithmic functions with the individual functions.

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can teach anyone
~ alisaskul

I purchased all the tutorials on logarithms and loved them. I am a calc. student in college. Having taken only algebra I am able to keep up with other students who have had Trig and Pre-calc. Worth every penny!! I'm sure I'll being buying more!!!!

m(x) for muck
~ sovietcanuckistan

He needs non-dried-out markers. The dried-out ones he's using makes it hard to see the lines sometimes. Also, if the graph is ugly the first time, he should make a new video and do it right, for clarity's sake. Otherwise, the teaching is comprehensible. Also, he means to say that when you go to the left of 1, the red wins out, I believe (slightly after the 7 minute mark)... Otherwise, his explanation is confusing.

You rock!!
~ Christina11


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