15 Videos for "the number e"

The Number e and the Natural Logarithm  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How the number e is defined. 
The Number e and the Natural Logarithm  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to change any exponential function to base e. 
The Number e and the Natural Logarithm  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to evaluate natural logarithms of e to a power. 
The Number e and the Natural Logarithm  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How the natural logarithm is defined. 
Multiplying Complex Numbers  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to multiply two complex numbers in trigonometric form. 
The Euler Formula  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to derive our method for multiplying complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem using Euler's Formula. 
The Euler Formula  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to use the Euler Formula to convert a complex number from the exponential form to rectangular form. 
The Euler Formula  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to use the Euler Formula to convert a complex number from rectangular form to the exponential form. 
The Euler Formula  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to derive two trigonometric identities using Euler's Formula. 
Derivatives of Exponential Functions  Problem 2
Math › Calculus › The Derivative
How to use the derivative of an exponential function to find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of f(x) = e^x. 
Families of Polar Curves: Conic Sections  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to graph the polar curve r = 6/(1 + E cos*theta) when ?1 < e < 1. 
Families of Polar Curves: Conic Sections  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to graph the polar curve r = 6/(1 + E cos*theta) when e > 1 or < ?1. 
Families of Polar Curves: Conic Sections  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
How to describe the graph of a rotated conic r = 6/(1 + E cos(theta ? h)). 
Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions  Problem 3
Math › Calculus › The Derivative
How to use the change of base formula to compute the derivative of log functions of any base. 
Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions  Concept
Math › Calculus › The Derivative
How to infer the derivative of the natural log function using a calculator investigation.