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## PRECALC ALG & TRIG

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# PRECALC ALG & TRIG MAC 1147

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Date Created: 09/19/15
Lecture 21 Section 32 Logarithmic Functions f Recall the graph of exponential function f a a gt 1 01 Since f is one to one it has an inverse function Def The logarithmic function with base a Where a gt 0 and a y 1 is written f loga 1 and is de ned by the relationship 3 loga 1 if and only if ex Write in exponential form 1 rogg 2 2 loge3x 1 2 Write in logarithmic form 41 5 8 Evaluate 1 10g2 64 2 loggl 3 log 3 1 410810 TOGO 6 10g2 1 7 logg 0 Properties of Logarithms 1 Recall If y loga x then 1 That is 1 gt 0 2 logal 3 loga a 4 Inverse Properties loga am for all real number 1 am for 1 gt O 5 OnetoOne Properties If loga 1 loga y then Evaluate 1 2log237r l 2 log 5 Solve log2I 3 log 9 Graphs 0f Logarithmic Functions Sketch y 2x and y 10g2 x Properties of the graph of logax Compare f logax and f 1x am fw10gaw was am 1 Domain 2 Range 3 Intercept 4 Asymptote 5 increasing if decreasing if 6 points on the graph Graph fI 10g351 1 The Natural Logarithmic Function 3 loge 1 ln 1 if and only if Note the following lnl lne Inverse Properties OnetoOne Property If lna lny then Evaluate 1 eln2m3 2 ln Solve ln12 51 ln6 Graph and nd the domain and vertical asymp tote of f 1 1nd 2 1H L 2 1 Common Logarithm Function 3 loglo 1 10g 1 if and only if Evaluate logl 10g 10 1 log 10000 log m Applications The loudness level of a sound D in decibels is given by I Where I is the intensity of a sound in watts per square meter 1 Determine the decibel level of a sound with an intensity of 10 2 watt per square meter 2 Determine the decibel level of a sound With an intensity of 1 watts per square meter 3 The intensity of a sound in part 2 is 100 times as great as the intensity in part By how much is the decible level increased Practice Determine the domain of each function 1 f 1 10g2 21f 2 gm log 12 3 Mm 1n iL 2 005 Z OO 8 S S Z OO Z 0 007 I 39Jamsuv Lecture 9 Section 15 Analyzing Graphs of Functions The graph of a function y f is the set of points x y in the cry plane that satisfy the equation Which of the following graphs represent 3 as a function of 51 Find the domain and range of each function 1y2 Vertical Line Test for Functions A set of points in the Jig plane is the graph of y as a function of 1 if and only if no vertical line intersects the graph at more than one point NOTE A function can have at most one y intercept Zeros of a Function Def The zeros of a function are the 1 Values for which Find the zeros of each function 1 fxIJ3 x2 4CIJ4 2 9x V4 512 Increasing and Decreasing Functions Def A function f is increasing on an open inter val I if for any x1 and 2 in I if 511 lt 562 then Def A function f is decreasing on an open in terval I if for any x1 and 2 in I if x1 lt x2 then Def A function f is constant on an open interval I if for any x1 and 2 in I then Relative Minimum and Maximum Def A function has a relative local mini mum at a at if there is an open interval I con taining a so that for all 1 y a in I Def A function has a relative local maxi mum at a f a if there is an open interval I con taining a so that for all 1 y a in I Consider the following graph 3 f and nd the following 1 lntervals on which f is increasing 2 lntervals on which f is decreasing 3 lntervals on which f is constant 4 Relative minimum values 5 Relative maximum values Average Rate of Change Def The average rate of change of f from 1 to 2 is mam 2 yfx NOTE The average rate of Change of a function from 1 to 2 is the Slope of the secant line through the points x1f511 and x2 f512 Given f x2 3 Find the average rate of Change of f from 1 t0 4 The distance 305 in feet traveled by a ball rolling down a ramp is given by the function 3t 5752 Where t is the time in seconds after the ball is released Find the balls average velocity from 1 t1 2 seconds to t2 21 seconds 2 t1 2 seconds to t2 201 seconds 3 t1 2 seconds to t2 2001 seconds NOTE In calculus this procedure leads to the concept of instantaneous velocity Even and Odd Functions Def A function f is even if for each a in the domain of f f x NOTE f is even if and only if Whenever the point x y is on the graph of f the point 1331 is also on the graph That is f is even if and only if the graph of f is symmetric with respect to Def A function is odd if for each 8 in the domain of f f x NOTE f is odd if and only if Whenever the point x y is on the graph of f the point 51 y is also on the graph That is f is odd if and only if the graph of f is symmetric with respect to NOTE What about symmetry With respect to the x axis Determine if the function is even odd or neither Graph the function 1 ms x2 3hxx2

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