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Wizards Note An exponential function is a function in which the independent variable x is the exponent in which b is a positive real number and not equal to 1. Its general form is f(x) = abx where a is a constant b > 0 and b 1.

The table of values of a function defines an exponential function if equal differences in x produce equal ratios in corresponding values of y .

Example 1

Determine which of the following describes an exponential function 1. f(x) = 3x 2. f(x) = x2 b > 0 and b 1. Item 2 , f(x) = x2 is not exponential function because x is a base and this function is a quadratic function. Item 3, f(x) = 3(-2 ) x is not an exponential function also because b = -2 ,b<0 Example 2 Determine if the table below describes an exponential function.

x y 1 2 2 4 3 8 4 16 5 32

ratio:

2 = 4

1 2

4 1 = 8 2

8 1 = 16 2

16 1 = 32 2

Notice that the equal differences in x produce equal ratios in y, therefore the table describes an exponential function.

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Name : _____________________________________ Score : _________ Rating : ___________ Year and Section : ____________________________ Date : _________ Remarks: __________

Exercise 5.1 A. Identify which of the following are exponential functions. __________1.f(x) = 3x __________2.f(x) =

2 3

__________6.f(x) = 1x+2

x

1 8

-2

1 4

-1

1 2

0 1

1 2

2. _____________________ x Y 1 2 2 5 3 7 4 9 5 11

3. _____________________ x y 0 1 1 3 2 9 3 27 4 81

4. ______________________ x 1 2 3 4 5

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2 3 2 9 2 27

2 81

2 243

Wizards Note Exponential Equation Exponential equation is an equation in which the unknown variable is the exponent.

Equality of Exponents Theorem Let b> 0, b1, and x and y are real numbers. If b = by, then x = y.

1 16

2. 125x+2= (

1 ) 25

Solution: 4-1 =

1 16

125x+2 = (

1 2x ) 25

4-1 = 4 -2 x 1 = -2 x = -2 + 1 x = -1

solution set is { -1 }

6 7

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solution set is {

6 } 7

Name : _____________________________________ Score : _________ Rating : ___________ Year and Section : ____________________________ Date : _________ Remarks: __________

Exercise 5.2 A. Solve the following exponential equations. ________1. 2x = 16 ________2. ( )x = 64 ________3. 2(6x) = 72 ________4. 92x= 27 ________5. ( 2 )x = 4

3 9

1 25

________10. 43x 1= 2x + 3

B. Solve for the value of x in the following exponential equations. Choose the letter of the correct answer in the box below and put it in the answer box to reveal the answer. What animal can live without head for nine days?

1. (

1 x 1 ) = 3 9

2. 8x = 64

1 4. = 81 3

x

3. 25x 3 = 2

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5. 32x=

1 27

6. 5(4x) = 80 8. 4x + 1= 8

7. 25x = 125 9. 6x =

1 36

M -

K -4

A

3 2

R -3

2

O 2

H -2

I -1

E 1

S 3

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

Name : _____________________________________ Score : _________ Rating : ___________ Year and Section : ____________________________ Date : _________ Remarks: __________

Exercise 5.1

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

High School Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry and Statistics

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Exercise 5.

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

Exercise 5.1

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

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Exercise 5.1

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

Exercise 5.1

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

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Exercise 5.1

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

Exercise 5.1

Wizards Note The Cartesian coordinate system uses two axes that are usually drown horizontally and vertically which are referred to as the x axis and y axis, respectively. The position of a point in the plane is determined by the ordered pair (x,y). The first element of the ordered pair, x, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the y axis and is called its abscissa. The second element, y, is the perpendicular distance of the point from the x axis and is called its ordinate. Together, x and y are called its coordinates.

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Exercise 5.1

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