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composition
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decay
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horizontal line test
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inverse function
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logarithmic function
natural log
number e
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Exponential and Logarithmic Vocabulary Review Crossword

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Crossword
Description

In exponential functions in the form of f(x)=ab^x, the a value represents the ______________ ______________. initialamount
In exponential functions in the form of f(x)=ab^x, the b value represents the _________. rate
______-_______ means that half of a sample of the substance will remain as the original element in time. halflife
________________ interest is an application of exponential functions. compound
The growth of something exponentially, such as population or interest, is referred to as exponential __________. growth
In exponential notation n^x, x is the ______________. exponent
Exponential and logarithmic functions are _______________ of one another. inverses
The decline of something exponentially, such as radioactive deterioration or a vehicle's value depreciating, is referred to as exponential ___________. decay
A function in the form of f(x)=ab^x. exponential
Logarithm to the base e is a _____________ _______. naturallog
The abbreviation used for the logarithmic function. log
A line that a graph approaches but does not touch or cross. asymptote
The ________ logarithm is the logarithm with base 10. common
In a function involving the expression bx where b is a positive number other than 1, b is the ________. base
____________ ________, e can be used in interest problems when the interest is compounded continuously. naturalbase
In exponential functions, the asymptote the graph approaches but never touches or crosses. horizontal
A logarithm could be read as "log base b of the ______________ (or answer) equals the exponent. argument
In logarithmic functions, the asymptote the graph approaches but never touches or crosses. vertical
Another term used to describe an exponent. power
Rules associated with logarithms that allow you to condense or expand a logarithm are log ______________. properties

Vocabulary for Exponential and Logarithms Word Search

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Quotient
Power
Product
Range
Domain
Euler
NaturalLog
Base
Continuous
Explicit
Recursive
Compound
Decay
Growth
Asymptote
HalfLife
Logarithmic
Exponential

Exponential and Logarithmic Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

The ________ logarithm is the logarithm with base 10. common
In exponential functions, the asymptote the graph approaches but never touches or crosses. horizontal
In logarithmic functions, the asymptote the graph approaches but never touches or crosses. vertical
In logarithmic functions, the asymptote the graph approaches but never touches or crosses. compound
Rules associated with logarithms that allow you to condense or expand a logarithm are log ______________. properties
Rules associated with logarithms that allow you to condense or expand a logarithm are log ______________. exponential
Logarithm to the base e is a _____________ _______. natural log
The abbreviation used for the logarithmic function. log
The abbreviation used for the logarithmic function. base
A logarithm could be read as "log base b of the ______________ (or answer) equals the exponent. argument
______-_______ means that half of a sample of the substance will remain as the original element in time. half life
The growth of something exponentially, such as population or interest, is referred to as exponential __________. growth
____________ ________, e can be used in interest problems when the interest is compounded continuously. natural base
In exponential notation n^x, x is the ______________. exponent
A line that a graph approaches but does not touch or cross. asymptote
A function in the form of f(x)=ab^x. exponential
Another term used to describe an exponent. power
The decline of something exponentially, such as radioactive deterioration or a vehicle's value depreciating, is referred to as exponential ___________. decay
In exponential functions in the form of f(x)=ab^x, the a value represents the ______________ ______________. initial amount
In exponential functions in the form of f(x)=ab^x, the b value represents the _________. rate

Algebra 2 Word Search

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asymptote
completing the square
composition
compound interest
discriminant
end behavior
equality
exponent
exponential growth
leading coefficient
logarithm
long division
maximum value
natural base e
parabola
polynomial
power function
quadratic
quadratic formula
radical
radicand
rationalizing
remainder theorem
simplest form
substitution
vertex form
zeros

Logarithmic and Exponential Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

Let b be any real number such that b > 0 and b ≠ 1. Then for any real number x, a function of the form f(x) = bx is called an ___ function exponential
If b > 1, f is an increasing exponential function, sometimes called an exponential ___ function growth
If 0 < b < 1, f is a decreasing exponential function, sometimes called an exponential ___ function decay
If x and b are positive real numbers such that b ≠ 1, then y = logb x is called the ___ function logarithmic
In the expression y = logb x, y is called the logarithm, b is called the ___ base
In the expression y = logb x, y is called the logarithm, x is called the ___ argument
A logarithmic function base b is the inverse of the ___ function base b exponential
The logarithmic function base 10 is called the ___ logarithmic function and is denoted by y = log x. common
The graphs of a logarithmic function base b and an exponential function base b are symmetric with respect to the line ___ y = x
Let x, y, and b be real numbers such that b > 0 and b ≠ 1. Then b^x = b^y implies ___ x=y
An equation such as 5^x = 147 is called an ___ equation because the equation contains a variable in the exponent. logarithmic
An equation containing a variable within a logarithmic expression is called a logarithmic ___ equation

Exponentials and Logarithms Word Search

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reflections
shifts
power
coefficient
range
domain
asymptote
increasing rate
argument
properties
decay
growth
exponent
base
natural

Desi & Hali's Exponential & Logarithmic Crossword

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Crossword
Description

a number that describes both the direction and the steepness of the line. Often denoted by the letter n. slope
Will be represented by a negative exponent. decay
it means 'opposite.' Logs are the ______ form of Exponential equations/expressions. inverse
After each period of time, there is half of the material left as before. Can be shown with exponential decay. half life
ln stands for... natural log
An equation with logs in it. logarithmic equation
You can never have a _______ base in a log, nor can you have a log to a ______ power. negative
Will be represented by a positive exponent. growth
In the equation f(x)=b^x, what does b stand for? base
A logarithm to the base of 10. common log
The line which a graph never crosses. asymptote
The log of a _____ is equal to the sum of the log of the first base and the log of the second base product
Many people mistakenly call this a 'square root' symbol, and many times it is used to determine the square root of a number. However, it can also be used to describe a cube root, a fourth root or higher. radical
The log of a _______ is equal to the power times the log of the base. power
An equation with exponents in it. exponential equation
opposite of logarithm. exponential
represented by e. natural base
The log of a ______ is equal to the difference of the logs of the numerator and denominator quotient
an exponential function written in its inverse form. logarithm
In the equation f(x)=b^x, what does x stand for? exponent

Exponential Growth and Decay Word Search

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Add
Asymptote
Base
Change
Decay
Decrease
Eqations
Exponential
Functions
Growth
Identify
Increase
Rates

Algebra Word Search

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absolute value
angles
area
asymptotes
axis
binomial
circles
circumference
coefficients
conicsection
conjugate
degree
domain
equation
exponent
factors
foci
foil
formula
function
graph
horizontal
hyperbola
hypotenuse
imaginary
inequality
intercept
inverse
irrational
linear
logarithm
midpoint
negative
parabola
parallel
perimeter
polynomial
positive
proportion
quadradic
radical
radius
reciprocal
root
sum
triangle
variable
vertex
vertical
zero

Algebra 2 Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The highest or lowest point on a graph Vertex
The inverse of an Exponential Function Logarithmic Function
The most basic function in a family of functions Parent Function
The inverse of a square root Power
The common base of a Logarithm Ten
The point or points where a Quadratic crosses the X-axis X Intercept
The imaginary line that the graph approaches and never touches Asymptote
The inverse of a Natural Logarithm Natural Exponential
The bottom of a Logarithmic or an Exponential Function Base
An expression with two terms Binomial
An expression with three terms Trinomial
An expression with one term Monomial
The inverse or flip of a number Reciprocal
y=a(x-h)+k Vertex Form
The non-real way of doing division of polynomials Synthetic Divistion
The negative of a square root Imaginary Number
The part under the square root in the Quadratic Formula Discriminant
The line that reflects a graph in half Axis of Symmetry
When the discriminant is a positive number Two Real Solutions
When the discriminant is zero One Real Solution
When the discriminant is a negative number Two Imaginary Solutions
The point where a graph crosses the Y-axis Y Intercept
The point where two lines intersect One Solution
Two parallel lines No Solution
Two lines that are exactly the same Infinite Solutions
The _______________ of 3 + 2i is 3 - 2i Conjugate