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### Hiow to Find the Derivative of a Logarhthmic Function

zadocksmath: Many students find it difficult to differentiate functions that are algebraic in nature, yet when it comes to logarithmic functions they think it is almost impossible. This article, will show by using an example, how to differentiate a logarithmic...

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### How to Sketch a Point in Three-dimensional Coordinate System

zadocksmath: We are going to use the Cardinal Direction such as the North, South, East and West to help us graph a point in three dimension. This Article will use an example in order to show How to Graph a Point in Three Dimension.

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### How to Know when a System of Equations Has NO Solution, or Infinitely Many Solutions

zadocksmath: Many students assume that all systems of equations have solutions. This article will use three examples of systems of equations to show that this assumption is incorrect.

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### How to Know when an Equation has NO Solution, or Infinitely many Solutions

zadocksmath: Many students assume that all equations have solutions. This article will use three examples to show that assumption is incorrect.

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### How to Solve a Simultaneous Equation of Three Variables

zadocksmath: We are going to use an example of a system of equations of three variables to show how to solve that system. Later, in another article, we will use matrices to solve a system of equations with three variables.

### How to Use the Quadratic Formula to Solve a Quadratic Equation

zadocksmath: To solve an Equation of the form Ax^2 + Bx + C, where A is not equal to zero ( 0 ), the Quadratic Formula should be used most of the time. As a matter of fact, using the Quadratic formula to solve any second degree Equation, is generally the...

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### How to Find the Equation of a Plane in Space

zadocksmath: We will use an example to show how to find the equation of a plane given two vectors in that plane.

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### How to Use The Rule for The Order of Operations to Simplify The Following Expressions (Part 1)

zadocksmath: The Order of Operations is always misunderstood by many students. This article will give some examples and steps how to solve the problems that uses Order of Operations to simplify them.

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### How to Find the Equation of a Line in Space

zadocksmath: This article will use an example in order to write the equation of a line in space.

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### How to Find the Length and Direction of a Vector in Space, ( in 3-Dimension )

zadocksmath: This Article will use an Example to show How to find The Length and the Direction of a Vector that is in Space,that is in Three Dimension, or 3-Space.

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### How to Find the Equation of a Line in the Plane

zadocksmath: To find the equation of a line in the plane, we need to have a slope, and at least one point through which the line passes. This article will show by using an example How to Find the Equation of a Line in the Plane.

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### How to Find the Length and the Direction of a Vector in the Plane, ( in 2-Space or 2-Dimension )

zadocksmath: This Article will use an Example to show How to find The Length and the Direction of a Vector that is in Two Dimension.

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### How to know the difference between the Limit of a function as X approaches some number C, and the Value of the function at X=C

zadocksmath: This article, will show the difference between the Value of a function at X=C, and the limit of a function as X approaches C. Many have a difficult time understanding the meaning of the Limit of a function and the meaning of the Value of a function...

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### How to Graph Rational Functions, an Easy Way

zadocksmath: This Article will show how to Sketch the graphs of a Rational Function by using only several different values for ' x ',then finding the Points through which the graph of the Equations/Functions are drawn. It will also show the Graphs of the...

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### How to Graph Exponential Functions, an Easy Way

zadocksmath: The Graphs of Exponential functions can be easily sketched by using three points on the X-Axis and three points on the Y-Axis. The points on the X-Axis are, X=-1, X=0, and X=1. To determine the points on the Y-Axis, we use the Exponent of the...

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### How to Sketch the General Graph of a Logarithmic Function, Y = f(x) = A Log x to base b, where A ≠ 0, b > 0 and b ≠ 1

zadocksmath: This Article will show how to Sketch the graph of Logarithmic Function by using only three Points Derived from the Equation/Function itself, also it will show how the Graphs Vertically Translates ( moves up or down ), Horizontally Translates...

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### How to Find Horizontal Asymptotes of a Graph of a Rational Function

zadocksmath: The Graph of a Rational Function, in many cases, have one or more Horizontal Lines, that is, as the values of x tends towards Positive or Negative Infinity, the Graph of the Function approaches these Horizontal lines, getting closer and closer...

### How to Divide Polynomials

zadocksmath: A Polynomial in the variable X, of Degree n, has the form: aX^n+bX^(n-1)+...+vX^2+wX+z, where (a),(b),(v),(w),and (z) are Real numbers, (n) is a Whole number, and (a)is not equal to zero, . This Article will show how to easily DIVIDE Polynomials...

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