g(x)=ln(x+4) find domain and range (interval notation), asymptote (slope-intercept form)

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g(x)=ln(x+4) find domain and range (interval notation), asymptote (slope-intercept form)

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The domain of a function is the set of all of the values of its dependent variable, where the function exists. The dependent variable is the variable that the function is "a function of". In this case ln(x+4) is a function of x.
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i mean what is the asymptote? i know the range and domain
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