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We saw in the previous section how exponential equations involved terms where the variable is in the exponent.

Exponential functions are can be used to model many real-world situations.

The value of an investment given certain parameters.

earning positive interest We’ll dive further into applications in section 4.7,

The measured amount of a after learning a bit about logarithms. For now

decaying radioactive isotope we’ll focus on the basic graphs.

These three involve negative exponential growth,

The value of a used car

or exponential decay

The temperature of a cup of

hot chocolate as it cools

Exploration #1 The Graph of & $% to all warm-ups and class examples

1 Complete the table of values below, and plot the remaining points on the graph.

Then, sketch the smooth curve that goes through each of your points. Then – you

will have graphed your first exponential function.

% $% 2 Function Essentials:

State each of the following

0 2 '

1 Domain

2

3 Range

4

Asymptote

1

2 -intercept

3 /, '

-intercept

' %

The Graph of &

$

Next, we sketch the graph of the Function Essentials:

4

function obtained by horizontally

reflecting the graph of 24 , Are there any differences

about the line 0. from the graph of y 24 ?

that the resulting function

! 4

equation is:

3.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions

& $% ' %

basic exponential horizontal &

function as: reflection gives: $

3, 8 3, 8

2, 4 2, 4

0, 1 1, 2 1, 2 0, 1

1 1 1 1

2, 1, 1, 2,

4 2 2 4

For any graph, & ?% ? = /, ? 9 ' :

Domain: {% ∈ ℝ} -intercept: /, ' Asymptote: Horizontal Asymptote at & /

As % gets larger and larger the graph

Range: {&|& = /, & ∈ ℝ} -intercept: -/< approaches, but never touches, the -axis.

Note how the characteristics; domain, range, intercepts and asymptote – are the same for any base of & ?% .

And about that base, b…. It can’t be “0” Or else would just be 0 for every …. & /%

It can’t be “1” Or else would just be 1 for every …. & '%

It can’t be negative Note that f we allowed negative bases, any even value of

would return a positive value

So we define the base to be: ? = /, ? 9 ' :

Now with that, let’s explore the effect of changing the base:

with integer coordinates are shown. & $%

1 For each equation listed to the right,

indicate the number of the matching graph. %

&

$

4 , = 1, as gets larger. %

'/

&

)

& %

4

, = 1, as gets closer to 1.

& '/%

Chapter 3 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Exploration #3 Comparing Graphs in the form & ?% , where ? is between / and '

Analyze the graphs on the right. All points

with integer coordinates are shown. %

'

&

1 For each equation on the right, indicate the $

number of the graph that matches.

4 $

, 0 > > 1, as &

gets closer to 0.

%

)

&

'/

3 Describe the effect on the graph of

4 , 0 > > 1, as

%

gets closer to 1. '

&

%

'

&

'/

{% ∈ ℝ} {& = /, & ∈ ℝ} H.A. at & / & ' -/<

Domain Range Asymptote -intercept -intercept

Given the graph of If = 1, the graph increases If 0 > > 1, the graph decreases

4…

& ?% & ?%

=1 0> >1

0.14 104

0.54 & $%

0, 1 0, 1

0.94 1.14

If = 1, the graph bends-up from the horizontal line 1

1 The larger the base (the further from “1”), the greater the

increase… compare graphs ,, and on the left.

The smaller the base (the further from “1”), the greater

the decrease… compare graphs , , and on the left.

We’ll next explore the effect of adding a vertical stretch, <, and vertical translation, M, to the graph of 4

….

3.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions

Exploration #4 & $%

Comparing Graphs of & < ? %, 9 0, =1

for different < values

Analyze the graphs on the right. All points

with integer coordinates are shown. 1 State the equation

The corresponding functions for each of of the function for:

graphs , , and can be written in the

form 2 4.

Hint: The value of “ ” can be solved for, or Graph

obtained through reasoning, or through

exploration with your graphing calculator.

Graph

2 Describe the effect of < on the

4.

graph of

Graph

Exploration #5

%

Effect of Parameter “M” in & < ? 8 M, 9 0, 91

vertical translation to the graph of 3 2 4.

The horizontal asymptote (HA) for graph is shown.

affects whether the graph has an -intercept.

%

& $

Graph

Graph

Chapter 3 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Given the graph of & < ? %; =0… Given the graph of & < ? %; =0…

& < ? %

& < ? % 8M

/, < 8 M represents the horizontal

The vertical stretch < < asymptote. (H.A.)

/, <

represents the &-intercept.

< M

(a) Without graphing, state the range, asymptote, and -intercept.

(b) Use reasoning to state whether the graph will have an -intercept.

Explain.

%

Exploration #6 The graph of & < ? , > 0, 9 1

2,12

1,4

4

0,

2 On the same grid, sketch the graph of O , obtained 3

by reflecting the graph of N about the line 0.

Label it graph .

in terms of .

3.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions

%

Exploration #7 Further Exploration of & < ? 8 M , 9 0, 9 1

4

8 P. For all four graphs, and are the same values.

0 for graph 2 State an equation of

4 for graph the function for:

1 for graph

3 for graph Graph

and values.

Graph

Graph

Graph

3 Use an algebraic process to determine

the -intercept of graph .

(From the equation)

Graph

Graph

Graph

Graph

4

5 Given an exponential function in the form 8 P,

state two possible expressions for the range.

Chapter 3 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

be written & < ? % 8M. If = 1, the If 0 > > 1,

graph increases the graph

Domain is decreases

{ ∈ ℝ}

The -intercept

is < 8 M /, < 8 M

There is a H.A. { | = P, ∈ ℝ} if < > /

P & M

at & M

if < = /

& M

/ 8P

The graph will have an % – intercept

<8M if = 0 and P > 0 … or if > 0 and P = 0

4

& M

/ 8P

the -intercept, if it exits.

& M

%

'

Worked Given the function & 8 '* , state the domain, range, asymptote, and any intercepts.

Example $

Sketch and label all characteristics.

the DOMAIN is {% ∈ ℝ} H.A. at & '*

For range consider two things:

The H.A. is at & '* (the vertical translation). So, the 0, 12

graph is either entirely above or entirely below & '*.

Since > 0 (there is a negative in front of the function), the

graph opens down, and is entirely below the line 16. 2, 0

So, the RANGE is {&|& > '*, & ∈ ℝ}

%

/ 4 816 $

! / 4 Horiz. Asymptote

4 8 16 ! 4 2 2

4 16

4 1 8 16 12 2 Base is less than 1, so graph “falls right”.

! 4

4 2 But 4 is negative, so vertically reflect

/, '$ 2 ! 4

2 $, /

3.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions

(a) State the domain, and analyze the characteristics of

equation to determine the range.

intercepts. Verify using your graphing calculator.

can be written in the form 4; =1

Use reasoning to match each equation with a graph number.

(a) & ?%

$ %

(b) & ?

0

to all warm-ups and class examples

can be written in the form 4; 91

Math30-1power.com

Use reasoning to match each equation with a graph number.

% %

' $

(a) & (d) &

$

% %

'

(b) & (e) &

(

%

'

(c) &

Chapter 3 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Worked On the graph shown the horizontal asymptote and points () shown

Example have integer values. Determine an equation for the corresponding

4

are exponential function, in the form 8P.

defines the M value. M '/

So we have & < ? % '/

Next, the value of < (vertical stretch) can be counted as the

distance from the H.A. and the &-intercept. < 0

So now we have & 0 ? % '/ For reference…

solve for ?. / 5 ' 10

10 5

2

So now that we have P, , and

, we can state the equation:

%

& 0 $ '/

For the graph below, the horizontal asymptote and points indicated () are all integer values. Determine an

equation for the corresponding are exponential function, in the form 4 8P .

3.2 Practice Questions

1. Determine an equation for each of the following functions, in the form & < ? %:

(a) (b)

2. For each function below, without using your graphing calculator, determine:

i - The equation of the horizontal asymptote iii - The coordinates of the &-intercept

ii - The Domain and Range iv - Whether or not the graph will have an %-intercept.

4

(a) 5 3 4 (b) 1 (c) 3 6 4 82

4

5

ii - D: ii - D: ii - D:

R: R: R:

iii - -int at iii - -int at iii - -int at

iv - -int ? iv - -int ? iv - -int ?

4

4 4 4

(d) 3 8 5.5 (e) 3.75 1.1 1 (f) 3 2 24

5

ii - D: ii - D: ii - D:

R: R: R:

iii - -int at iii - -int at iii - -int at

iv - -int ? iv - -int ? iv - -int ?

(a) Algebraically determine the (b) Use the intercepts and other

coordinates of the -intercept. characteristics described

above, to sketch the graph:

Unit 3 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

4 Determine an equation for each of the following functions, in the form & < ? % 8M :

(a) (b)

4 !

5. The -intercept on the graph of N 2 8 is:

Exam A. 2

Style

B. 2 8

C. 2

D. 2 8

4

6. The range of the function N 8 C; where > 0, C = 0, 0 > > 1 is:

A. { = C, ∈ ℝ}

Exam

Style

B. { = 8 C, ∈ ℝ}

C. { > C, ∈ ℝ}

D. { > 8 C, ∈ ℝ}

7.

(a) Determine an expression for the -intercept (b) Describe whether the graph will have

an -intercept. Justify your answer.

4

4

1

1. (a) 5 2 (b) 3 3. (a) -int at 3, 0

4

(b)

2. (a) i - HA at & / (b) i - HA at & / (c) i - HA at & $

ii - D: {% ∈ ℝ} ii - D: {% ∈ ℝ} ii - D: {% ∈ ℝ}

R: {&|& = /, & ∈ ℝ} R: {Q|& > /, & ∈ ℝ} R: {&|& = $, & ∈ ℝ} 3, 0

iii - -int at /, 0 iii - -int at /, iii - -int at /, 0

iv - NO -int iv - NO -int

. iv - NO -int

(d) i - HA at & 0. 0 (e) i - HA at & ' (f) i - HA at & $

ii - D: {% ∈ ℝ} ii - D: {% ∈ ℝ} ii - D: {% ∈ ℝ} 0, 21

R: {&|& > 0. 0, & ∈ ℝ} R: {Q|& > ', & ∈ ℝ} R: {&|& = $ , & ∈ ℝ} H.A. at

iii - -int at /, $. 0 iii - -int at /, . 70 iii - -int at /, $' 24

iv - YES -int iv - NO -int iv - YES -int

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3.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions

4 !

3 1

8. Given the function N 8 48, determine:

4 8

! !

(a) The -intercept of N (b) The domain of N

The graph transformed to O by applying a vertical stretch factor of , where = 1.

(a) Identify which of the following characteristics

would not change:

i Domain

ii Range

iii Horizontal Asymptote

iv -intercept N

v -intercept

of O .

4

4

2

4. (a) 2 4 8 (b) 3 87 5. D 6. C

3

7. (a) 0, 8 5

.

(b) The H.A. is above the -axis. And since > 0 the graph is entirely below the H.A. So the

graph must intersect with the -axis and there IS an %-intercept.

9. (a) Would not change: i, iv (b) 0, 2

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