g(x)=log(-x) do the transformation and x and y intercept

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g(x)=log(-x) do the transformation and 'x' and'y' intercept
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Are you sure you don't mean g(x) = -log(x) You cannot take the log of a negative number. There is no power of 10 (or e I'm not sure which log you're using here) that will result in a negative number.

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yeah polpak is right lets say g(x) = y y= log(-x) \[10^y= -x \] so whatever values you plug in for x you can never get a y that will satisfy it.
actually i think you could describe the graph of log(-x) as the reflection of log(x) about the y-axis giving x-intercept of -1 and vertical asymptote at x=0
lol. Yes sorry. My brain went stupid. I blame the lateness and the lack of sleep. Just because we have log(-x) doesn't mean that x is negative. It just means that _ONLY_ negative values for x will work. The graph will be mirrored across the y axis.
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