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# GENERAL

MATHEMATICS

DAILY
LESSON LOG

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards
B. Performance
Standards
C. Learning
Competencies/ Objectives
(Write the LC Code for
each)

School

## Teacher ENGR. CESAR M. DEL ROSARIO JR.

Teaching Dates and AUGUST 22-26, 2016, 1:30-2:30 PM
Time Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Learning
GENERAL MATHEMATICS
Area
Quarter FIRST

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of inverse functions, exponential functions, and logarithmic
functions.
The learner is able to apply concepts of inverse functions, exponential functions, and logarithmic functions to formulate
and solve real-life problems with precision and accuracy.

## The learner will be

able to solve
logarithmic
equations and
inequalities, and
solve problems
involving
logarithmic
equations and
inequalities.
M11GM-Ih-i-1a and
j-2a

II. CONTENT

SCHOOL

graphs

## The learner will be

able to solve
logarithmic equations
and inequalities, and
solve problems
involving logarithmic
equations and
inequalities.

## The learner will be able

to solve logarithmic
equations and
inequalities, and solve
problems involving
logarithmic equations
and inequalities.

graphs

## Functions and their

graphs

General Mathematics
TG:
pp. 133-143
General Mathematics
LM: pp. 111-124

General Mathematics
TG:
pp. 141-143
General Mathematics
LM: pp. 111-124

## The learner will be

able to solve
logarithmic equations
and inequalities, and
solve problems
involving logarithmic
equations and
inequalities.

## M11GM-Ih-i-1d and j2d

Functions and their
graphs

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages

General
Mathematics TG:
pp. 133-143
General
Mathematics LM:
pp. 111-124

General Mathematics
TG:
pp. 133-143
General Mathematics
LM: pp. 111-124

Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning
Resources

www.analyzemath.c
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www.analyzemath.co
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www.analyzemath.com

www.analyzemath.co
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IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous
lesson or presenting the
new lesson

Recall that:
-b can be any
positive real
number except 1
-x can be any real
number
-entire expression

log b x

B. Establishing a purpose
for the lesson

C. Presenting examples/
instances

log 4 (2 x ) =

log 4 10
(b)

A:x=5

log 3 (2 x1) =2

(d)

Formulate logarithmic
equations to solve reallife problems.

Solve logarithms
inequalities

## Solve the following

logarithmic
inequalities: (pp.138139)
(a)

log 3 (2 x1)

>

(3, +

(b)

(0,125)

## Problem A. (page 141)

(Population growth)
The population of the
Philippines can be modeled
by a function
P(x)=20,000,000

log 3 ( x +2)

log x 16 =2

A:x=4,-4

## Review the concepts

discussed last meeting
QUIZ

A:x=5

(c)

## Review the concepts

discussed last meeting

can be any

## real number (hence,

can be negative)
Solve for the values
that will make the
statements true for
the logarithmic
equations and
inequalities
Find the values of x
in the following
equations.
(a)

discussed last
meeting

## number of years since

1955 (e.g. x = 0 at 1955).
Assuming that this model
is accurate, in what year
will the population reach
200 million?

A:x=3,-3

(e) log

## (c) -2 < log x < 2

(1/100, 100)

year 2046

x 2 =2

A:x=10,-10

(f) (log

x
2

+2

log x 3 = 0
A:x=1/1000, 10

D. Discussing new
concepts and practicing
new skills #1

1. Problem (a) is an
example of one-toone property of
logarithmic
functions which
states that:

Properties of
Logarithmic
Inequalities:
Given

log b x

expression :

## log b u=log b v , then u=v

(One-to-One
Property)

1.
If 0<b<1, then x1 <x2 if
and only if

log b x 1 >

log b x 2.
2. Problem (b) can
be solved by
rewriting into
exponential form to
solve for x.

2.
If b>1, then x1 <x2 if
and only if

log b x 2.
3. Problem (c) can
be solved by
rewriting into
exponential form to
solve for x, then by
factorization.

log b x 1 <

## Problem B. (page 141)

(Growth of bacteria)

4. Problem (d) is by
using the property:

log b u
uv
log b

E. Discussing new
concepts and practicing
new skills #2

log b v

## Then, use the zero

factor property at
the last step after
factorization.
If ab=0, then a=0
or b=0
(Zero Factor
Property)
Find the values of x.
(1) log 15x = log 30

A: x=2
(2) log (3x-2) = log 2
A: x=102/3

(3)

log x 121=2

## Solve the following

logarithmic
inequalities: (pp.121123)
(1)

A: x=4

=4

A: x=9
(5)

log
2
( 5 x) +5 log 5 x +6=0

A: x=1/125

<2

(5/3, 23)

(4)

log 8 (3 x5)

(2)

log 4 ( x+1)

<

log 4 2 x
(1, +

## (3) -5 < log x < 5

(1/100,000 , 100,000)

(6)

log
( 2 x)24=0

(7)

log 3 (x +4 )=log 3 (2 x4 )
F. Developing mastery
Assessment 2)
G. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations
the lesson

## Seatwork: (p. 143)

c. (1), (2), (3)
d. individual activity

Solve problems 5 to 8.
-Learners Material, GM,
page 124

Solve examples 4
and 6 at pages 116
to 118 in Learners
Material, GM.
1. The direction of the
inequality (< or >) is
based on whether the
base b is greater than
1 or less than 1.
2. Check always that
the resulting x values
do not make any of
the logarithms
undefined.

I. Evaluating learning

Solve selected
problems on General
Mathematics, T.G.,
page 143.
Solve selected
problems on General
Mathematics, L.M.,
Page 124

application

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the

NO CLASS

evaluation.
B. No. of learners who
activities for remediation
who scored below
C. Did the remedial
lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught
up with the lesson.
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation.
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by:
Cesar M. del Rosario, CE
SHS T-1

Checked by:
Calick D. Arrieta, PhD
School Principal I