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 a^m × a^n=… a^(m+n) a^m / a^n=… a^(m-n) (a^m)^n=… a^(m×n) a^n × b^n=… (ab)^n a^m / b^m=… (a/b)^m a^(m/n)=… (a^(1/n))^m What is the general form of a simple exponential function? f(x)=a^x For very large positive values of x, what value does y approach? Infinity For very large negative values of x, what value does y approach? Zero Name of the line that a function gets increasingly close to but never reaches? Asymptote For all the graphs y=a^x what is the asymptote? The asymptote is the x-axis For all the graphs y=a^x what is the y-intercept? The y-intercept is always (0,1) When the base is greater than 1 the function… Increases When the base is between the values 0 and 1 the function… Decreases What is the value of 'e'? e =2.718…. For y=10^x how can you express the value of x? x=log y What is the base of log? The base is 10 What is the base of ln? e log base a of a^x=… x a^(log base a of x)=… x What is the logarithm of a negative number? It has no real values What is the logarithm of zero? It has no real value The logarithm of a product (log base a of xy) is… the sum of the logarithms( log base a of x + log base a of y) The logarithm of a quotient (log base a of x/y) is… the difference of logarithms ( og base a of x-y) The logarithm of a reciprocal (log base a of 1/x) is… the negative of the logarithm (-log base a of x) The logarithm of a exponential (log base a ox x^p) is… the multiple of the logarithm (p log base a of x) What is the logarithm of 1? zero What is the change of base rule? log base b of a= (log base c of a)/(log base c of b) For y=log base a of x where does the graph lie? To the right of the y-axis