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Logarithmic Functions
Basic Log graphs with different bases, such as y = Log_{2}(x) Remember to define the Domain if you write the equation for a Log graph. 
Ex12.07 
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More Log Graphs
Vertical and horizontal translation of log graphs 
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The log
graph is a reflection of an exponential graph in the line y = x
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A different base changes the shape of the graph
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y = log_{2}x 

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A negative multiplier inverts the graph about the x axis
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y = log_{2}x


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Adding a
constant vertically translates the log graph
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y = log_{2}x


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Adding a
constant to x horizontally translates the log graph
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y = log_{2}x







Horizontal
and vertical shifts can be combined
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y = log_{2}x






