94 videos in "Logarithms and Exponentials"

Introduction to Logarithms

Logarithms

Logarithms  Change of Base Rule & Applications Part 1

Logarithms  Change of Base Rule & Applications Part 2

Logarithms featuring the TINspire

Exponential Functions 1

Exponential Functions 2

Exponential Functions 3

Exponential Functions 4

Logarithms 1

Logarithms 2

Logarithms 3

Logarithms 4

Logarithms 5

Logarithms 6  Quotient Property of Logs

Logarithms 7  Power Property of Logs

Logarithms 8  Properties of Logs

Logarithms 9  Properties of Logs

Logarithms 10  Properties of Logs

Logarithms 11  Common and Natural Log

Logarithms 12  Solve equations with log x and ln x

Logarithms 13  Compound Interest

Logarithms 14  Change of Base

Logarithms 15  Solving Equations

Logarithms 10b

Logarithms 16  Solving Equations

Logarithms 17  Solving Equations

Log Application 1  Compound Interest

Log Application 2  Compound Interest

Using Logs to Expand an Expression

Using Logs to Condense an Expression

Using Logs to Expand an Expression

Domain, Asymptote, and Intercept of a Logarithm

XIntercept of Logarithm with Horizontal Shift

Finding Domain, Asymptote, and Intercept of a Logarithm

Overview of Logs

Transfer from Exponential to Logarithmic

Transferring from Logarithmic to Exponential Form

Evaluating a Logarithm with a Fractional Exponent

Finding Domain and Intercepts of a Logarithm with Horizontal Shift

Finding Domain, Asymptote, and Intercepts of a Logarithm

Find Asymptote, Domain, and Intercepts of Logarithm with Horizontal Shift

Properties of Logarithms using Division

Expanding a Log with a Radical and Division

Expanding a Log with a Radical

Expanding a Difference of Logarithms

Expanding a Log with a Rational Root

Overview of Logs using Exponents

Condensing Multiple Logarithms

Expanding a Fractional Logarithm

Using Properties of Logs to Condense Multiple Logarithms

Evaluating a Logarithm using Condensing

Evaluating a Simple Logarithm

Use Properties of Logs to Evaluate Simple Logarithms

Evaluating a Log With an Exponent Without a Calculator

Evaluating a Natural Logarithm

Evaluating a Natural Logarithm Given a Root

Evaluating a Simple Natural Logarithm

Evaluating a Logarithm of a Fraction

Evaluating the Difference of Two Logarithms

Evaluating the Sum of Two Logarithms

Evaluate Log with Exponent

Solving Exponential Equation with Fractional Base

When You Cannot Evaluate a Log

Condensing Multiple Logarithms

Solving an Exponential Equation

Solving Exponential Equations

Solving Exponential Equation with Logs

Inverse Properties of Logs

One to One Property of Logs

Solving Natural Logarithm

Solving Basic Exponential Equation

Solving Exponential Equation with Logs

Solving Exponential Equation with Fractional Exponent

Solving Exponential Equation with Log Properties

Solving Exponential Equation with Natural Log Properties

Solving Exponential Equation with Logs

Solving Logarithmic Equation in Two Ways

Solving Exponential Equation with Binomial Exponent

Solving Logarithmic Equation using Factoring

Solving Logarithmic Equation

Solving an Exponential Equation by Factoring

Solving Logarithmic Equation in Two Ways

Solving Equation with Logs

Solving Exponential Equation with Base 4

Solving Logarithmic Equation using Factoring

Solving Logarithmic Equation with Extraneous Solutions

Solving Natural Log Equation using Quadratic Formula

Solving Exponential Equation

Solving Exponential Equation

Solving Logarithmic Equation

Solving Logarithmic Equation with a Square Root

Solving Natural Log Equation

Graphing Logarithmic Function with Horizontal Shift
Logarithms 7  Power Property of Logs
 Rules of Logarithms  List of rules of logarithms.
 What is the power property of logarithms?
 How can you use the power property of logs to rewrite log base 3 of x^5?
 How can you use the power property of logs to rewrite log base 4 of the cube root of m?
 How can you use the power property of logs to rewrite log base 6 of 12^1?
 How can you use the power property of logs to write 3*(log base 5 of 2) as a single log?
 How can you use the power property of logs to write 2*(log base 4 of m) as a single log?
 How do you derive the power property of logarithms?
 Why does the power property of logarithms work?
 How can you simplify the log base 2 of 4^3 using the power property of logs?
 What are the properties of logarithms?
This lesson explains and derives the product property of logarithms and then uses the property to simplify or rewrite several expressions. This video will not only help you understand the property and why it works, but you will also learn how to use the property with actual problems.