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Digital Resources: Number Line, Lines, and Linear Systems
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Building a Weebly Page
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How to Use a Template page to add pages quickly
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SAT Review 2019
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Complex Number Review
AP Calculus
Optimization (Rectangular Objects)
Pre-calculus
Solving Trig Equations
Algebra 2
Simplification of Rational Expressions M & D
Exponent Laws Materials
Logarithmic Function Graphs
Desmos File: Log base b
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this is the parent function of logarithmic functions
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
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Desmos File: a log base b
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this is a vertical dilation of the parent logarithmic function
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
Desmos File:
y= log base b (cx)
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this is a horizontal dilation of the parent logarithmic function
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
Desmos File:
y= log base b (x+d)
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this is a horizontal shift of the parent logarithmic function
x = -d is the vertical asymptote of this logarithmic function
Desmos File:
y= log base b (x)+f
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this is a vertical shift of this logarithmic function
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this logarithmic function