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find the domain and range of function g(x)=1n (3x+6) D:_____________ R_______________ V.A______________

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since the domain of y=lnx is x>0, then the domain of g(x)=ln(3x+6) is 3x+6>0.... solve this inequality for x....
setting 3x+6=0 and solving for x will give you the vertical asymptote.
range is the same as lnx

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vertical asymptote: -2 am i rite?
ryte...
what about domain?
i am little bit confusing that domain. (0,00) or (-2,00) domain
the domain starts (but does not include) at the x coordinate of your VA
i get it. thats answer (-2,00)
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