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owlet one year ago What is the range of ln(2 +ln x)? is it (-infinity, +infinity)?

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1. owlet

@freckles @Loser66

2. SolomonZelman

Yes, that can be true

3. SolomonZelman

Right!

4. SolomonZelman

when ln(x) approaches -2 ("from the right" - saying that it is some number that is greater that -2, but tends towards -2), THEN, ln(2+lnx) approaches zero and f(x) tends to -∞.

5. SolomonZelman

and obviously, x $$\to$$ ∞, y $$\to$$ ∞.

6. SolomonZelman

So the range is: *(-∞,+∞)* And the domain, as I showed is: *(-2,+∞)*

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