Exponential functions and logarithms

Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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This graph completes the section on Logarithms and Exponentials. It opens by looking at the relationship between exponentials and logarithms. It recaps some of the concepts behind inverse functions and applies them to the graph of exponentials logarithms.
Diving into the fun which is algebra, I then look at how we can find the inverse of an exponential function and a logarithm function. Finally, I look at how we can find the domain and range of an inverse function by finding the domain and range of the original function.
A number of examples are covered before the video concludes.

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Methods 1 and 2
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