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# Graphs of Logarithmic Functions

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## Graphing Logarithm Equations - Overview

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## Graphing Natural Base Functions - Overview

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## Graphing and Translating logarithmic Functions - Overview

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## Graphing Logarithm Equations - Example 1

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Sketching graphs of Logarithmic Functions

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## Graphing Logarithm Equations - Example 2

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Sketching transformations of Logarithmic Functions

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## Graphing Logarithm Equations - Example 3

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Find the domain, x-intercept, and vertical asymptote of the logarithmic function

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## Graphing Natural Base Functions - Example 3

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Graphing y = ae^(rx) for a > 0 and r < 0

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## Graphing Natural Base Functions - Example 4

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Solving Word Problems by Graphing Natural Base Functions

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## Graphing and Translating logarithmic Functions - Example 2

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Translating Basic logarithmic Functions Using the Form y = log[b](x - h) + k

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## Graphing Natural Base Functions - Example 2

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Graphing y = ae^(rx )for a > 0 and r > 0

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## Graphing and Translating logarithmic Functions - Example 1

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Graphing Basic logarithmic Functions Using a Table of Values

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