Logs and Exponents
- James Sayer
Work through the following, your first task is to create an exponential graph using variables for: - base 'b' - shift in x 'm' - shift in y 'n' Hint: use sliders (I did this for you!) Next, make a log graph which is the inverse of the exp graph (hint: write this out first!)
If your exponential graph shifts to the right, what happens to the logarithmic graph? If your log graph shifts to the left, what happens to the exponential graph? What values can the base not be?