Unit 6 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Unit Objective Understand the concept of logarithmic and exponential functions and how to convert between these forms. Recognize logarithmic and exponential graphs. Learn properties of logarithms and be able to evaluate them on a calculator. Be able to change bases and to solve equations using logarithmic and exponential techniques. *All assignments are in Basic Technical Mathematics With Calculus by Allyn J. Washington, 1995.Method of Evaluation The unit test will be a pencil and paper exam given at your class site. The test will be administered by the instructor or by a proctor. Please see the course schedule for the exact time and date of the unit test. Objective One Learn the definition of and be able to change between log and exponential form. Read 13.1, pages 351-354. Complete Work Exercises, page 354 #1-29 odd, 33, 37, 41. Quick Review sheet 6-1. Objective Two Learn how to graph exponential functions and logarithmic functions . Read 13.2, pages 354-357. Complete Work Exercises, page 357 #1, 5, 9, 13. Quick Review sheet 6-2. Objective Three Learn the Basic Laws of Logarithms. Read 13.3, pages 358-361. Complete Work Exercises, page 361 #3-27 odd, 8, 12, 20, 37, 39, 41, 52. Quick Review sheet 6-3. Objective Four Learn to evaluate common logarithms and antilogs on a calculator. Read 13.4, pages 362-364. Complete Work Exercises, page 364 #1-19 odd, 25. Quick Review sheet 6-4. Objective Five Learn to evaluate natural logarithms and antilogs on your calculator. Be able to evaluate logs to other bases using conversion to base 10 or base e. Read 13.5, pages 365-367. Complete Work Exercises, page 367 #9-23 odd, 29-39. Quick Review sheet 6-5. Objective Six Use log techniques to solve different types of equations involving exponents and logarithms. Read 13.6, pages 368-370. Complete Work Exercises, pages 370-371 #1-15 odd, #19-35 odd, 37, 43. Quick Review sheet 6-6 Worksheets Copyright © 1996 by B. Chambers and P. Lowry. All RightsReserved.