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Algebra 2 - Week Three

Printable Version - Week Three Learning Board (in PDF)

High School Algebra 2

Week 3 April 20-24

Weekly Packet

Math Objectives: Students will be able to:

  • convert between exponential and logarithmic forms
  • evaluate logarithms without using a calculator

Instructional Videos:

Khan Academy

Intro to Logarithms

Evaluating Logarithms


NancyPi: Logarithms


(Alg2) R1: Converting Logarithms

(Alg2) R2: Converting Natural Logarithms

(Alg2) R3: Converting all Logarithms

(Alg2) R4: Evaluate Logarithms

Your goal is a minimum Smart Score of 80


Illustrative Mathematics: Exploring acidity levels and earthquake strength and how to find Logs without a calculator.

Log Lattice

Independent Practice

Problem Set #1 (includes answers)

Evaluating Logs

(Do Page 1 only – answers are not included)

Self-Check/Formative Assessment

Khan Academy Practice

(with embedded answers)

Evaluate Logarithms (Basic)

Evaluate Logarithms (Advanced)

Convert between Exponential and Log Forms

Key Vocabulary / Formulas/ Things to Remember

A logarithm is an exponent.

Log10x is called a common logarithm and is written logx; when the base is not seen, it is understood to be 10.

Exponential functions and logarithmic functions are inverse functions.

Logex is called a natural logarithm and is written lnx; in this case, when the base is not seen, it is understood to be e.
Equations bx =y and logby=x are equivalent equations.
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