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Algebra: Logarithms Practice Set #1

Updated: Oct 6, 2020


Timestamps


Solving for the Power

00:01:25 | Question #1

00:03:01 | Question #2

00:04:39 | Question #3

00:06:16 | Question #4


Solving for the Argument

00:07:49 | Question #5

00:09:10 | Question #6

00:10:42 | Question #7

00:12:21 | Question #8


Evaluating the Log of a Fraction with an Integer Base

00:13:51 | Question #9

00:16:38 | Question #10

00:19:14 | Question #11

00:22:00 | Question #12


Evaluating a Log with a Fractional Base that is Aligned with the Argument

00:24:58 | Question #13

00:27:46 | Question #14

00:31:04 | Question #15

00:34:31 | Question #16


Evaluating a Log with a Fractional Base that is Not Aligned with the Argument

00:37:57 | Question #17

00:41:15 | Question #18

00:45:07 | Question #19

00:48:12 | Question #20


Using the Product Rule to Combine Terms

00:51:22 | Question #21

00:52:38 | Question #22

00:53:49 | Question #23

00:55:52 | Question #24


Using the Product Rule to Expand Terms

00:58:08 | Question #25

01:01:02 | Question #26

01:03:39 | Question #27

01:06:15 | Question #28


Using the Quotient Rule to Combine Terms

01:09:29 | Question #29

01:10:43 | Question #30

01:12:01 | Question #31

01:14:08 | Question #32


Using the Quotient Rule to Expand Terms

01:16:08 | Question #33

01:18:52 | Question #34

01:21:46 | Question #35

01:24:26 | Question #36


Using the Power Rule to Combine Terms

01:28:06 | Question #37

01:30:06 | Question #38

01:32:15 | Question #39

01:35:08 | Question #40


Using the Power Rule to Expand Terms

01:37:37 | Question #41

01:39:46 | Question #42

01:41:51 | Question #43

01:44:10 | Question #44


Using the Change of Base Formula

01:46:26 | Question #45

01:49:25 | Question #46

01:52:25 | Question #47

01:56:10 | Question #48


Using the Inverse Rule to Simplify Terms

01:59:41 | Question #49

02:01:23 | Question #50

02:03:11 | Question #51

02:04:45 | Question #52


Using Log Properties to Combine Natural Logs

02:07:25 | Question #53

02:09:21 | Question #54

02:11:18 | Question #55

02:13:47 | Question #56


Using the Inverse Rule to Simplify Natural Logs

02:16:02 | Question #57

02:18:04 | Question #58

02:19:38 | Question #59

02:21:24 | Question #60


Using Logs to Solve Exponential Equations

02:23:41 | Question #61

02:25:40 | Question #62

02:27:54 | Question #63

02:30:20 | Question #64


Using Natural Logs to Solve Exponential Equations with a Base of e

02:32:57 | Question #65

02:35:05 | Question #66

02:37:25 | Question #67

02:40:15 | Question #68


Solving Log Equations that have a Log on Each Side

02:43:27 | Question #69

02:45:11 | Question #70

02:47:28 | Question #71

02:49:46 | Question #72


Solving Log Equations that have One Log Total

02:54:14 | Question #73

02:56:15 | Question #74



Directions

1) Take Notes

• Keep all of your notes in one place.

• Write down the steps for the sample questions.

• Write down the steps for the question(s) you answer incorrectly.


2) Stay Focused

• Wear headphones.

• Work in a quiet room.


3) Ask Questions

• Leave your follow up question(s) in the comments section of the YouTube page.



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