This algebra 2 & precalculus video tutorial shows you how to evaluate a logarithm without a calculator, how to simplify logarithmic expressions, how to expand a logarithmic with a radical or a square root, how to condense or compress a sum or difference of logs into a single logarithm.

It also shows you how to write a log as an exponential equation and how to convert from exponential form to logarithmic form. This video shows you how to use the change of base formula to evaluate a log with a calculator and how to express it using natural logs. Next, this logarithmic tutorial shows you how to solve logarithmic and exponential equations.

Other examples included in this video are:

Graphing logarithmic functions and Exponential Equations

How To Find The Horizontal Assymptote of an Exponential Equation

How To Find The Vertical Assymptote of a Logarithmic Function

How To Find The Domain and Range of a Logarithmic and Exponential Function

How To Solve Word Problems Relating To Logarithmic & Exponential Functions Such as Compounded Monthly, Daily, Quarterly and Continuously Word Problems In addition to Population Growth / Decay Word Problems.

It shows you how to find how long it takes for an account or population to double given the interest rate or growth rate.

List of topics:

1. Logarithms to Exponential Form

2. Graphing Logarithmic & Exponential Functions With Transformations

3. Solving Logarithmic Equations

4. Expanding Logarithmic Expressions With Square Roots

5. Condensing Logarithmic Expressions

6. Change of Base Formula Logarithms

7. Simplify Logarithmic Expressions

8. Sum and Difference of Logarithms

9. Evaluate Logarithms Without a Calculator

10. Horizontal Asymptotes of Exponential Functions

11. Domain and Range of Logarithmic Functions

12. Domain and Range of Exponential Functions

13. Exponential Growth and Decay Word Problems

14. Compounded Continuously Formula

15. Compound Interest Formula Explained

16. Compounded Interest - Annually, Quarterly, SemiAnnually, Daily, and Monthly

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