## Description

Precalculus 4: Exponentials and logarithms, a comprehensive training course for precalculus: exponents and logarithms, is published by Udemy Academy. You will have a general familiarity with exponential and logarithmic functions, what they look like and what they describe; You will learn about their simplicity in some aspects, and about some extraordinary complexities that you shouldn’t necessarily think about (but you should have a general idea of); Exponential and logarithmic functions are (next to polynomials, rational functions, power functions, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions that you have learned in previous courses in the Precalculus series) examples of basic functions of these functions are the building blocks of all functions that are in We will work with them in the future series of accounts.

You will learn about the number e both intuitively (through pictures) and more formally. In order to do some formal proofs, you need the Binomial Theorem, which tells you how to add the sum of two terms for any positive natural power; You learn about factorials, about binomial coefficients, and Pascal’s triangle (all of these are covered in discrete math, and then you’ll need more practice and combinations to solve the binomial problem.)

### What you will learn

• How to solve power or logarithm problems (with 239 solved problems) and why these methods work.
• Applications of exponential and logarithmic functions in finance, engineering, and natural sciences (some in my videos, some as reading materials).
• Binomial theorem with two proofs (one by combination and one by induction), Pascal’s triangle, and how to use them.
• Definitions of Euler’s number, how to approximate it, and how to prove that this number is dumb.
• Definitions and calculation rules for exponents with different types of exponents (natural, integer, rational, real).
• Definition of logarithm in relation to power, with calculation rules (even these will be related to the rules of powers).
• Exponential functions, their properties and graphs.
• Logarithmic functions, their properties and graphs.
• And…

### Who is this course suitable for?

• Students who intend to study algebra, calculus or analysis
• High school students are curious about college math; This lesson is intended for purchase by adults for these students.
• Anyone who wants to brush up on their high school math and gain a deeper understanding of the subject
• College and university students studying advanced courses, who want to understand all the details (exponential and logarithmic attention) that they may have missed in their previous training.
• Students who want to learn exponents and logarithms, for example for their college algebra class.

### Course prerequisites

• High-school mathematics, mainly arithmetic; solving simple equations (linear and quadratic) with one unknown; some (but very few) polynomial equations will be solved during the course, but you can skip them if you want to (no problem at all; it will not affect your understanding of the main subjects of the course)
• Precalculus 1: Basic notions (mainly the concept of function and related concepts; sets; logic)
• You are always welcome with your questions. If something in the lectures is unclear, please, ask. It is best to use QA, so that all the other students can see my additional explanations about the unclear topics. Remember: you are never alone with your doubts, and it is to everyone’s advantage if you ask your questions on the forum.

### Installation guide

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### Size

40 GB

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