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The number e is commonly defined as the base of the natural logarithm (using an integral to define the latter), as the limit of a certain sequence, or as the sum of a certain series. The number e is sometimes called Euler's number after the Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler.

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### Exponential Functions Lesson 3 Logarithmic Functions

The topics included in these notes are the following: 1) Logarithmic Functions defined 2) Writing a logarithmic functions from an exponential funct...

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### PreCalculus Final Review

End of Course review for the Algebra part of PreCalculus, or as a Pretest for Calculus. The product includes four versions of a review, each with 28 well chosen representative questions in both multiple choice format and also in free response format. Topics include *Polynomials *Rational and other algebraic functions *Exponential and logarithmic functions *Piecewise -defined functions *Conic sections *Matrices, determinants, sequences and more.......

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Introduction to concept of logarithmic system to learn how to define logarithms in mathematics and also learn how to use them in mathematical system.

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### Exponential Functions Lesson 3 Logarithmic Functions

The topics included in these notes are the following: 1) Logarithmic Functions defined 2) Writing a logarithmic functions from an exponential funct...

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### Exponents Foldable

Laws of Exponents Foldable: This is a flip-book that covers the laws of exponents. On the first page, the student defines exponent, labels a schematic with the base, coefficient, and exponent and then works an example using the definition of exponent. The next 5 pages cover the laws of exponents: product rule, power rule, quotient rule, zero & negative exponents, and all laws examples. The student quickly puts the flip-book together by folding on the dotted line and stapling at the top.

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