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does any body know how to graph logs

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  1. anonymous
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    I do!

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  2. anonymous
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    not that kind of a log lol

  3. anonymous
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    do you know how to graph algebra 2 logs

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    Yes.

  5. anonymous
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    They look like exponential functions reflected about the line y=x

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    Polpak help

  7. anonymous
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    yes

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    who is that

  9. anonymous
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    No idea

  10. anonymous
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    So what's your question about graphing them?

  11. anonymous
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    u know the shape i have to graph them but i have no clue how to write the equation that goes with them

  12. anonymous
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    \[y = log_b x\] Where b is the base you're using (usually 10 or e)

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    in this case the base is 2

  14. anonymous
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    Ok, so.. What does \(y = 2^x\) look like?

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    Then reflect that across the diagonal line y=x

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    ok so i have that and the asemptote is 2

  17. anonymous
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    Logs do not have asymptotes.

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    (except the line x = 0.

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    or some translation of that if you have log(x-a)

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