• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 3

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate a logarithm as a composition (product and quotient) of logarithmic values in terms of variables.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 2

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate a logarithm in terms of variables.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 4

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Using known logs to approximate other logs using the quotient and product rules, usually without a calculator.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 5

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to use known logs to approximate other logs using the quotient rule, usually without a calculator.
• #### Solving a Logarithmic Equation - Problem 5

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Using the property that if log x = log y, then x = y , and checking for extraneous solutions.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 2

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate a logarithm as a composition (quotient and power) of known logarithmic values.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Concept

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to break up a logarithm of a large number.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 1

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate a logarithm in terms of variables.
• #### Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions - Problem 1

##### Math›Calculus›The Derivative
How to use properties of the derivative to find the derivative of a function that contains a natural log term.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 5

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Using known logs to approximate other logs using the quotient rule, usually without a calculator.
• #### Finding an Inverse Algebraically - Problem 10

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to find and write the inverse of a logarithmic function.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 3

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate a logarithm in terms of variables.
• #### Introduction to Logarithms - Concept

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to use inverses to define the logarithmic function.
• #### Properties of Logarithms - Concept

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate logarithms when the argument is a recognizable power of the base.
• #### Properties of Logarithms - Problem 3

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to use the change of base theorem to rewrite or simplify logarithms.
• #### Introduction to Logarithms - Concept

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to use inverses to define the logarithmic function.
• #### Properties of Logarithms - Problem 1

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate logarithms (using the properties of logs) when you have one value given.
• #### Exponential Functions - Concept

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to graph exponential functions.
• #### Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions - Problem 2

##### Math›Calculus›The Derivative
How to find an equation of the line tangent to the graph of f(x)=ln(x) at a point, and how to use the tangent to approximate values of natural log.
• #### Evaluating a Logarithmic Expression in terms of Known Quantities - Problem 4

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
<p>How to use known logs to approximate other logs using the product rules, usually without a calculator.</p>