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    For the following graph the given functions on a computer screen, how are these graphs related?

    1) Y=2^x, y=e^x, y=5^x, y=20^x

    2) Y=3^x, y=10^x, y=(1/3)^x, y=(1/10)^x


    Make a sketch of the function.

    7) y=4^x-3
    8) y=-2x^-x
    9) y=3-e^x

    13) Starting with the graph of y=e^x, write the equation of the graph that results from.
    a) shifting two units downwards.
    b) shifting two units to the right.
    c) reflecting about the x axis.
    d) reflecting about the y axis.
    e) ) reflecting about the x axis and then about the y axis.

    Find the domain of the functions:

    a) f(x)=1/(1+e^x)
    b) f(x) = 1/(1-e^x)
    c) g(t)=sin(e^-1)
    d) g(t) = SQRT(1-2^t)


    19) Suppose the graphs of f(x)=x^2 and g(x)=2^x are drawn on a coordinate grid where the unit of measurement is 1 inch. Show that at a distance of 2 feet to the right of the origin, the height of the graph of f is 48ft but the height of the graph of g is about 265mi.
    20) Compare the functions f(x)=x^10 and g(x)=e^x by graphing both f and g in several viewing rectangles. When does the graph of g finally surpass the graph of f?

    Find the limits for the following

    1) lim as x approaches infinity(1.001)^x
    2) lim as x approaches infinity(e)^-2x
    3) lim as x approaches infinity(e^3x - e^-3x)/(e^3x + e^-3x)
    4) lim as x approaches (pi/2)^+ (e^tanx)
    5) lim as x approaches 2^+ (e^(3/(2-x)))
    6) lim as x approaches 2^- (e^(3/(2-x)))

    Differentiate the functions:

    1) f(x) =x^2e^2
    2) y=e^ax^3
    3) f(u) =e^(1/u)
    4) f(t)=e^(tsin2t)
    5) y=SQRT(1+2e^3x)
    6) y=e^e^x
    7) y= (ae^x+b)/(ce^x+d)
    8) y=e^x/(1+x)
    9) g(x)=SQRT(x)e^x
    10) y=e^(ktanSQRT(x))
    11) y=SQRT(1+xe^-2x)

    Find the equations of the tangent line to the curve at the given point.

    1) y=e^(2x) cos(pi)(x), (0,1)

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    Inverse functions
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    Inverse function problems:

    For the following graph the given functions on a computer screen, how are these graphs related?

    1) Y=2^x, y=e^x, y=5^x, y=20^x
    The graph of each of the function is draw on the following graph.

    By looking at the graph, we see that each all the functions are exponential functions.

    2) Y=3^x, y=10^x, y=(1/3)^x, y=(1/10)^x

    From the graph we see that 3^x and (1/3)^x are inverse to each other. Similarly 10^x and (1/10)^x are inverse to each other.


    Make a sketch of the function.

    7) y=4^x-3
    First draw the graph of y = 4^x.
    If you subtract 3 from the function, then the graph 4^x -3 will be shifted 3 units down.

    8) y=-2x^-x
    Here the basic function is y=x^(-x).
    The graph of x^(-x) is the following.

    Then multiply the function by 2, the graph is stretches by 2 units.

    Now, multiply 2x^(-x) by -1. Then the graph is reflected about x axis.

    9) y=3-e^x
    Here ...

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