1. Open the graphing calculator's function graphing menu. On most devices, you do this by hitting the "Y= button. 2. Enter the equation using the buttons for numbers, brackets,
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The graph of y = log(x) is defined only for x>0. The graph is a monotonic increasing function over its domain. It starts from an asymptotic "minus infinity" when x approaches
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the one is separated from the log. so it's log base 2 x +1=y . so to find any points, plug in x values, in which you then get your y values. but make sure you add the "one"
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The best "locator point" for a logarithmic function is the
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