Exam 4 Which of the following ordered pairs is a solutuion of (-2,-36) c. (-2,1/36) (-2,1/12) d. (-2,-12) Use composition to show that the pair of functions are inverses. Let find f-g the graph represents a function use the horizontal line test to decide where function is one to one If the function is one to one, find its inverse Find the inverse of the function. Then graph the function and its inverse on one coordinate system. Show line of symmetry on graph Let find the composition (f ? g)(x) Write in exponential form Evulatate the expression Evaluate the expression. Evualtae the expression Write the logarithm as a sum/ difference of logarithms of a single quanity. Then simplify if possible

# EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS REVIEW

Exam 4 Which of the following ordered pairs is a solutuion of (-2,-36) c. (-2,1/36) (-2,1/12) d. (-2,-12) Use composition to show that the pair of functions are inverses. Let find f-g the graph represents a function use the horizontal line test to decide where function is one to one If the function is one to one, find its inverse Find the inverse of the function. Then graph the function and its inverse on one coordinate system. Show line of symmetry on graph Let find the composition (f ? g)(x) Write in exponential form Evulatate the expression Evaluate the expression. Evualtae the expression Write the logarithm as a sum/ difference of logarithms of a single quanity. Then simplify if possible

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