Exponential and logarithmic functions

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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This video looks at solution of exponential equations using logarithms. It is really building on the work from previous videos of which there is a recap at the start of this video. It takes a look at how to use logs to solve exponential equations by using the law to move the index to the front of a log. A number of awesome examples are done and the use of a CAS calculator is absolutely encouraged.
There is also a discussion of how the Mathematical Methods exam might try and trick you with inequality signs.

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Solution of exponential equations using logarithms
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exponential equations and inequalities
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logaritms
solving exponential equations using logarithms
solving exponential and logarithmic equations
Year 12 Maths
Methods 3 and 4