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This introductory math video tutorial explains the rules and properties of logarithms. It provides a nice review / basic introduction overview. it shows you how to condense and expand a logarithmic expression in addition to graphing and solving logarithmic equations. This video is for students taking algebra 2 or precalculus. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems for you to work on.

Here is a list of topics:

1. Evaluating Logarithmic Expressions

2. Change of Base Formula

3. Logarithms and Natural Log Equations

4. Simplifying Logarithmic Expressions

5. Properties of Logarithms - Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing

6. Condense a Logarithmic Expression Into a Single Log

7. Expand a Logarithmic Expression Into Multiple Logs

8. Logarithmic To Exponential Form

9. Solving Logarithmic Equations With Factoring

10. Solving Exponential Equations - Changing the Base

11. Graphing Logarithmic Equations With a Table and Plotting Points

12. Vertical Asymptote, Domain, and Range of Logs

13. Solving and Graphing Exponential Equations

14. Horizontal Asymptote, Domain, and Range of Exponential Functions

15. Graphing the inverse functions of logs

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