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ContentsIn this lecture we will discuss exponential and logarithmic functions, and their graphs. These functions turn out be very useful in modeling growth of populations. They are central to formulas for compound interest in banking and in computing ages of objects using radioactive decay.
Quick QuestionWhat is the relationship between the graphs of e^{x} and ln(x)?
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