Understanding the domain and range of logarithmic functions from an equation involves identifying permissible inputs (domain) and resulting outputs (range). For \( y = \log_b(x) \), the domain is \( x > 0 \) since logarithms are only defined for positive numbers, and the range is all real numbers (\( y \in \mathbb{R} \)). Reviewing a domain and range of logarithmic functions from equation examples and practicing with domain and range of logarithmic functions from equation questions solidifies these concepts.

Algebra 2

Exponential Functions