# Alg 2 Quiz 4.1

25 Questions | Total Attempts: 314  Settings  Sections 4-1, 4-3, and 4-4

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Write  in logarithmic form
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Write the given logarithmic equation in exponential form.
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Correct exponential form is not here

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Condense the given logarithmic expression into a single logarithm.
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Correct form is not here

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Rewrite the logarithmic expression as a single logarithm.
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Correct form is not here

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Rewrite the exponential equation in logarithmic form.
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Correct form is not here

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Write the given exponential equation in logarithmic form.
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Write the given exponential equation in logarithmic form.
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Write the given exponential equation in logarithmic form.
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Write the given logarithmic equation in exponential form.
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Write the given logarithmic equation in exponential form.
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23.  Write the given logarithmic equation in exponential form.
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The Allen Electric Company has a piece of machinery valued at \$60,000.  It depreciates at 20% per year.  After how many years will the value have depreciated to \$15,000?  Use .
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Tony purchased a rare 1959 Gibson Les Paul guitar in 2000 for \$12,000.  Experts estimate that its value will increase by 12% per year.  After how many years will the value have increased to \$40,000?  Use .
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Tonya invests \$5000 in an account that pays 5% interest per year.  After how many years will her investment be worth \$8000?  Use .
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The Allen Electric Company has a piece of machinery valued at \$45,000.  It depreciates at 20% per year.  After how many years will the value have depreciated to \$15,000?  Use .
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Using the properties of logs, write in expanded form:
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Using the properties of logs, write in expanded form:
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Correct form is not here

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Express as a single logarithm:
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None of these is exponential decay

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None of these is exponential growth

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Rewrite the given logarithmic expression as a single logarithm.
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The expression  can be written as:
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If , then  is equivalent to:
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The expression  can be written as the single logarithm:
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