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Exponent Laws

Q: What are the Exponent Laws?

A: There are 4 basic identities to remember:

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Guides to Logarithms and Exponents

Part 1 (Graphing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions) Part 2 (Logarithm Laws) Part 3 (Solving equations algebraically) Part 4 (Applications of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions)

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Compound Interest Word Problem

Q: If I put $150.00 in an account that pays 6% compounded twice a year, how much will I have in 10 years?

A: Here’s a formula for compound interest. You will have an amount equal to A dollars if you invest P dollars, where the interest rate is r, n is the number . . . → Read More: Compound Interest Word Problem