Chapter 12  Graphing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
"This chapter presents opportunities for students to analyze, graph, and transform exponential and logarithmic functions. The chapter begins with an exploration of exponential functions. Students will analyze key characteristics of exponential functions and graphs. Lessons then expand on this knowledge for transformations of exponential functions. In the later part of the chapter, lessons focus on logarithmic functions. Student will determine key characteristics of logarithmic functions and graphs. Students will also transform logarithmic functions and make generalizations about the effect of a transformation on an inverse function." Carnegie Textbook 
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Lesson 12.1 Exponential Functions
"This lesson provides opportunities for students to explore exponential functions."  Carnegie Textbook Lesson 12.2  Properties of Exponential Graphs
"This lesson provides opportunities for students to analyze the characteristics of the basic exponential growth and exponential decay functions."  Carnegie Textbook Lesson 12.3  Transformations of Exponential Functions
"This lesson provides opportunities for students to apply their understanding of the transformational function g(x) = Af(B(x  C)) + D to the exponential graph."  Carnegie Textbook 
Lesson 12.4  Logarithmic Functions
"This lesson provides opportunities for students to develop the logarithmic graph as the inverse of the exponential function."  Carnegie Textbook Lesson 12.5  Transformations of Logarithmic Functions
"This lesson provides opportunities for students to apply their understanding of the transformational function g(x) = Af(B(x  C)) + D to the logarithmic graph."  Carnegie Textbook 