A logarithmic function can be transformed the same way as all of the other functions we've looked at so far. We will consider drawing the graphs of logarithmic functions in a few different ways, and then use the coordinates we've generated for these functions to draw transformed graphs.

Resources;

- Notes
- Notes: The Natural Logarithm

Assignment:

- p389 #1, 3-7, 11-14, C1, C2 *15, *16

Things you should know after today:

- How changing the base is related to a horizontal stretch
- how transformations affect graphs of logarithms