IB ASL Math Chapter #34 Exponents and Logarithms HMWK
Section 3A – C: Index Notation and Negative Bases
Exercise 3B Ctype: 110 last column Atype: 11 Exercise 3C Ctype: 1 5 last column. Atype: ToK page 103 
Section 3DE: Algebraic Expansion and Factorization
and Exponential Equations
Exercise 3D.1 Ctype: 1 – 2 last column Atype: NA
Exercise 3D.2 Ctype: 1 – 6 last column Atype: NA
Exercise 3E Ctype: 1 4 last column Atype: 5 last column 
Section 3FG: Exponential Functions (Growth and Decay)
Exercise 3F Ctype: Investigation Atype: 6cd
Next day: Exercise 3G.1 Ctype: 2 Atype: 4
Exercise 3G.2 Ctype: 1, 2 Atype: 5 
Section 3H: The Natural Exponential e
Exercise 3H Ctype: 1 – 11 (last column for problems with multiple questions) Atype: 13  14; Investigation 2 on page 116 Recall that normal distribution curve is based upon e on page 119 
Section 4A – 4B: Logarithms (Intro and Base 10)
and Log Base a
Exercise 4A Ctype: last col of 1 – 2 and 6 Atype: NA
Exercise 4B Ctype: 13 last column; 4 last two columns Atype: 5 6 last column and Read ToK Section on page 129 and answer the following problem: Which is the largest of the following four numbers?

Section 4C.1: Laws of Logarithms
Exercise 4C.1 Ctype: 1 – 5 last column Atype: 6 – 7 last column + proof of three laws 
Section 4C.2 –D.2: Log Equations and Natural Logs
Exercise 4C.2 Ctype: 1 – 2 last column Atype: 4 last column
No problems from 4D.1
Exercise 4D.2 Ctype: 1 – 5 last column Atype: Given that a and b are positive and 4(log a)^2 + (log b)^2 = 1, what is the greatest possible value of a? 
Section 4E4F: Solving Exponential Equation using Logarithms
and the Change of Base Rule
Exercise 4E Ctype: 1 – 2 last column; 3 A type: 5 – 7 last column
Exercise 4F Ctype: 1 – 3 last problem A type: 4b; 5  7 
Section 4G: Graphs of Logarithms
Exercise 4G: Ctype: 1d; 2d; 3b; 4 Atype: 1f; 7c

Section 4H: Logarithmic Growth and Decay
Exercise 4H: Ctype: 2; 6, 7 Atype: 14 