Multiplying an exponential function by a constant changes the function's graph. Watch the tutorial to find out how!
Looking at an equation with a variable in the exponent? You have an exponential function! Learn about exponential functions in this tutorial.
Exponential functions often involve the rate of increase or decrease of something. When it's a rate of increase, you have an exponential growth function! Check out these kinds of exponential functions in this tutorial!
Having a problem in exponential form is great, but can you change it to logarithmic form? This tutorial shows you that process step-by-step!
Converting from exponential form to natural logarithmic form is easier than you might think! Follow along with this tutorial to see how to perform this conversion.
Translating a logarithmic function vertically can be fun, especially when you know how it's done! This tutorial shows what it takes to shift a logarithmic function up and down!
Want to graph a natural base exponential function? Make a table of points! Then plot the points, connect them, and you have your graph! Follow along with this tutorial to see the entire process step-by-step.
Equations involving logarithms don't have to be scary. Just get rid of the logarithm by exponentiating and solve like any other equation! This tutorial shows you all the steps.
Logarithms can be tricky, but they become a whole lot easier if you understand how they're related to exponents. Follow along with the tutorial to learn about this relationship.
A natural logarithm is a logarithm that has a special base. In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to natural logarithms!
The natural base exponential function is actually a function that's shorter than its name! This tutorial introduces you to this special function and shows you what it looks like.
If you want to add together logarithms with the same base, the Product Property of Logarithms can help! In this tutorial, you'll learn about this helpful property and see how it can be used to quickly add logarithms with the same base.