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3.6: Graphs of Logarithmic Functions

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Asymptotes

An asymptote is a line on the graph of a function representing a value toward which the function may approach, but does not reach (with certain exceptions).

Exponential Function

An exponential function is a function whose variable is in the exponent. The general form is y=a \cdot b^{x-h}+k.

log

"log" is the shorthand term for 'the logarithm of', as in "\log_b n" means "the logarithm, base b, of n."

Logarithmic function

Logarithmic functions are the inverses of exponential functions. Recall that \log_b n=a is equivalent to b^a=n.

operation

Operations are actions performed on variables, constants, or expressions. Common operations are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

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