# ## On this page you'll find a sampling of the many resources on Media4Math that focus on the topic of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Media4Math is a digital library of over 15,000 resources on all key topics in K-12 math.

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## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 27 Laws of Logarithms: Example 27. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 4 as a standard log base 10.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 28 Laws of Logarithms: Example 28. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 5 as a standard log base 10.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 29 Laws of Logarithms: Example 29. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 2 as a natural logarithm.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 30 Laws of Logarithms: Example 30. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 3 as a natural logarithm.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 31 Laws of Logarithms: Example 31. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 4 as a natural logarithm.

## Math Example: Laws of Logarithms: Example 32 Laws of Logarithms: Example 32. Using the change-of-base formula to write a logarithm base 5 as a natural logarithm.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 01 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = 1, b = 0.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 02 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a > 1, b = 0.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 03 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = -2, b = 0.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 04 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = 0.5, b = 0.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 05 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = -0.5, b = 0.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 06 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = 1, b = 1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 07 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a > 1, b = 1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 08 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = -2, b = 1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 09 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = 0.5, b = 1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 10 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base 10 of the form y = log(ax +b) with these characteristics: a = -0.5, b = 1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 100 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a = -0.5, b = 1, c = 1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 101 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a = 1, b = 0, c = -1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 102 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a > 1, b = 0, c = -1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 103 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a = -2, b = 0, c = -1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 104 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a = 0.5, b = 0, c = -1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 105 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a = -0.5, b = 0, c = -1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 106 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a = 1, b = 1, c = -1.

## Math Example: Logarithmic Functions in Tabular and Graph Form: Example 107 In this example, construct a function table and graph for a logarithmic function of base e of the form y = ln(ax +b) + c with these characteristics: a > 1, b = 1, c = -1. 