anyone know what dividing ln(x)/(x) does exactly to the graph? so the function is y=ln(x)/(x). I'm supposed to explain how "each algebraic piece of the function affects portions of the graph" so the algebraic piece in this case is the division of x.

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Graph them individually in a calculator, you would see that the ln x dominates and bends the x

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