Exponential and logarithmic functions

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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This video is the final one in a series dealing with exponentials and logarithms for the Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4. course I take some time to look at the three main questions types (and formulae) which can be used in worded problems. Cell growth, radioactive decay, and population growth. There are a number of examples provided with full worked solutions which tie into the theory. Using the ideas which have been presented in the rest of the videos, I show how to extract the correct information and apply the exponential and logarithm techniques to solve problems.

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