## Wednesday 15 November class (Updated)

(After Test 3)   Techniques we will need for applications of exponential functions: Solving for an unknown exponent Example: find x if Solution: take the logarithm of each side. Any base will do. We will use the natural logarithm. by … Continue reading

## Test 3 solutions and post-test strategic thinking survey

Here is the Thinking Strategically Post-Test Survey: it will be useful for you to complete this even if you did not complete the pre-test survey (as it will help with your future test preparation) ThinkingStrategicallyPostTestSurvey   Here are the solutions … Continue reading

## Monday 13 November class

Topics: â€˘ Review of finding x- and y-intercepts for various kinds of functions (the basic principle being the same) To find the x-intercepts (which are the roots of the function) you set the function = 0 (namely, y=0). To find … Continue reading

## Test 3 review materials

Test 3 is scheduled for Wednesday 15 November, the first hour or so of class. Here is the survey for you to use to plan how to make best use of the resources available to you: this is for your … Continue reading

## Wednesday 8 November class

Topics: â€˘ Graphs of logarithmic functions: transforming the basic log function graphs (see Session 5, section 5.2 to review the transformations) â€˘ Finding the equation of the asymptote, the domain, the x-intercept, and the-y-intercept (if it exists) for the transformed … Continue reading

## Test 2 solutions and redo problems (bumped up to top of posts)

Here are the solutions to Test 2, according to the version you have (look at the lower left on the cover sheet) MAT1375Test2a-solutionsÂ  Â  version MAT1375Test2b-solutionsÂ  Â version   If you did not receive full credit for problems 3, 5 and/or … Continue reading

## Monday 6 November class

Topics: â€˘ Discussion of using the graph to investigate the intervals in solving a rational inequality. Please see the links in the previous post for videos which show solving polynomial and rational inequalities: there is only one that I could … Continue reading

## Wednesday 1 November class

Topics: â€˘ Solving rational inequalities – was done last time with the sub. We discussed two homework problems in some detail. Make sure you understand how to use test points as well as how to use the graphs, when investigating … Continue reading