They are inverses of each other.
fundamental difference between a polynomial function and an exponential function?
Exponential and logarithmic functions are different in so far as each is interchangeable with the other depending on how the numbers in a problem are expressed. It is simple to translate exponential equations into logarithmic functions with the aid of certain principles.
Exponential and logarithmic functions are inverses of each other.
Ans: A natural log function ALWAYS has base e ( e is the irrational number that is the sum of the infinite series 2 + 1 / 2! + 1 /3! + 1 /4! + . . . )
A power function has the equation f(x)=x^a while an exponential function has the equation f(x)=a^x. In a power function, x is brought to the power of the variable. In an exponential function, the variable is brought to the power x.
y = ax, where a is some constant, is an exponential function in x y = xa, where a is some constant, is a power function in x If a > 1 then the exponential will be greater than the power for x > a
Inverse logarithmic/exponential. They are the same
A polynomial consists only of powers of the variables - ie the variables multiplied by themselves or one another. A non polynomial can include any other function such as trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic etc.
there is no difference what so ever