## Monday, April 16, 2007

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For me, this unit has been very interesting, but at the same time confusing and hard.

One thing that has been hammered in our heads for a million times:

Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents,Logarithms are Exponents, Logarithms are Exponents

"Teachers LOVE this unit because of the neat manipulations they can do, while students DISLIKE this unit because of the neat manipulations you can do."

There's a lot of equations that were given to us through out the past week... Here are some of them...

A = A0 (MODEL) t

P = Principle, r = rate, t = time;

A = Pe r t
log (ab) = log a + log b
log (a/b) = log a - log b

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Honestly, I'm having quite some problems here in this unit... The equations that we must use still has me all confused and sometimes I overcomplicate things in the test.
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Good Luck on the test Everyone !!!...