# Ch 17: Algebra II: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Analyze these lessons to gain a better idea of how to use exponential and logarithmic functions to solve equations. Memorize key algebra II concepts, prepare for an upcoming exam, or let this chapter help you boost your grades.

## Algebra II: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions - Chapter Summary

There are several ways to review and visually display data, but to do so you need to understand certain mathematical concepts. This chapter provides you with extensive knowledge in using exponential and logarithmic functions to analyze and graph different types of information. As this chapter covers a large number of topics, our instructors have carefully split the chapter into short, manageable lessons. Each lesson looks at one main topic, providing you with a compact but thorough review. As you make your way through the lessons, remember that you can submit your questions directly to our experts from your user dashboard. When you complete this chapter, you will gain the skills needed to:

• Determine the characteristics of an exponential function
• Show exponential decay versus growth
• Establish the definition of a logarithm
• Outline how transformations impact domain/range with graphs
• Figure out how to analyze logarithms
• Inspect logarithmic properties and solve sample problems
• Evaluate procedures for solving logarithmic and exponential equations
• Grasp the specifics of the change of base formula and how to use it

10 Lessons in Chapter 17: Algebra II: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
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