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http://curriculum.kcdistancelearning.com/courses/ALG2x-CR-K09/a/assessments/E-GraphingLogarithmicFunctionsDomanRangeQuiz/A2_4.4_Quiz_18.bmp
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anonymous
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The following is the graph of f(x) = log(x − 5). Answer True False
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anonymous
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True?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Or False? @mathgirl73 anything?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@dpaInc I got true
anonymous
  • anonymous
@richyw can you confirm for me?!
richyw
  • richyw
false
anonymous
  • anonymous
false. because the log curves are not like that.
richyw
  • richyw
that looks like f(x)=log(x+5)
richyw
  • richyw
you can't take the log of a negative, so you will get that asymptote at the value where the log would be zero. which in this case is at x=5.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the basic curves do not change even if they are moved horizontally or vertically.
richyw
  • richyw
yes but that graph is clearly a log curve that has been shifted to the left by 5...
richyw
  • richyw
\(\log_{10}\), not natural log
anonymous
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yes.

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