Tutoring Precalculus, Logarithms

We went over problems involving logarithms.

Log has a base of 10 if nothing is written and ln has a base of e. e is ~ 2.7, it’s a number with a lot of significance, kind of like pi.

log 10 = 1
log 100 = 2
You can think about it as a base, an exponent, and a solution.

e^x and lnx are inverse functions, meaning they can counteract each other, like sin (sin^-1(x))

Sometimes doing some algebra initially before jumping into the logarithms is helpful.

Looked a bit at the shape of lnx.

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