# Ch 23: ORELA Math: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions

The ORELA Mathematics test has been replaced with the NES Mathematics certification exam. When preparing for the NES Mathematics exam, be sure to complete the activities of the chapter to reinforce your understanding of exponential growth and decay, logarithmic properties and graphs of exponential and logarithmic functions.

## ORELA Math: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions - Chapter Summary

Use the activities of this chapter to review what you need to know about exponential and logarithmic functions, equations used to solve them and how to graph them. Watch lesson videos taught by professional instructors who will step you through example problems so that you will be prepared for related questions on the ORELA Math test. After this chapter you should be prepared for questions about:

• Exponential growth and decay
• Evaluating logarithms
• Solving exponential and logarithmic equations
• Graphing logarithms
• Transforming exponential and logarithmic functions
• The change-of-base formula and logarithms

For an alternative review of this material you could look over the lesson transcripts that present the same material but in an easy to read format. Further reinforce your comprehension of the lessons by completing lesson worksheets and quizzes. The lesson quizzes also serve the function of identifying areas of weakness that you could improve upon using video tags linked to the key parts of the lesson videos.

12 Lessons in Chapter 23: ORELA Math: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
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