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How do you find the domain, x intercept and vertical asymptotes of #f(x)=log_10(x+1)#?
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How do you graph #y=2^-x#?
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Here is the formula:
#M=log(I/s)#
Earthquake 1:
#8=log(I_1/s)#
#10^8=I/s#
#I=10^8s#
Earthquake 2:
#4=log(I_2/s)#
#10^4=I/s#
#I=10^4s#
To determine how many time one earthquake is more intense than the other we use this:
#(I_1s)/(I_2s)#
#(10^8s)/(10^4s)#
#10^8/10^4=10^4# or 10000 more times intense.
Therefore an earthquake with a magnitude of 8 is not twice the intensity of an earthquake with a magnitude of 4.
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How is the intensity of an earthquake with magnitude 8 not twice the intensity of an earthquake with magnitude 4?
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How do you write these expressions as single logarithms? 1. #4 log 2 + log 6# 2. #3log_2 6-2# 3. #5 log 3 - 2 log 8#
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How do you graph #y=2^-x#?
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How do I find the stretches of a transformed function?
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How do you graph #y=2^-x#?
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How do you graph #y=log_2(x-5)-3#?
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How do you use polynomial long division to divide #(4x^2-x-23)div(x^2-1)# and write the polynomial in the form #p(x)=d(x)q(x)+r(x)#?
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A polynomial function #p# can be factored into seven factors: #( x-3), ( x+1)#, and 5 factors of #(x -2)#. What are its zeros with multiplicity, and what is the degree of the polynomial? Explain.
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