Convert the logarithmic formula, y = log_b(x), into the equivalent exponential form, given that b = 1. What do you get?
Is it very interesting and useful, or is it kinda pointless?
Can someone help me out with this question.
Explain what happens to the graph of the function f(x) = logbx when b is equal to 1.
I'm new to logarithmic function's and don't really understand it. Also if anyone can provide me with an online calculator to do these questions it'd be great.\
okay so to conclude... what is the best way to answer the question? If i'm supposed to show work how should I Do so? I'm not going to lie but this of course is homework but my teacher in school doesn't really explain it well.... in fact he's a history teacher and fisrt year teaching math.... so basically I don't understand much when he teaches it.
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so would my answer be:
When b is = to 1, the x intercept is 1 and there is no definative slope...
is that all i would have to say?