PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
** Por favor Will Fan & Medal ** Which statement about the end behavior of the logarithmic function f(x) = log(x + 3) – 2 is true? A) As x decreases, y moves toward the vertical asymptote at x = -3. B) As x decreases, y moves toward the vertical asymptote at x = -1 C) As x increases, y moves toward negative infinity. D) As x decreases, y moves toward positive infinity.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
looks hard for u
anonymous
  • anonymous
its d
anonymous
  • anonymous
its d

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PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
could you explain why please?
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
anyone?
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
Is there a rule that helps me determine the end behavior?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The argument x+3 must be positive x+3 > 0 x > -3 Therefore, x cannot decrease below -3 As x approaches -3, log(x+3) approaches log(0) = -∞ As x approaches infinity, log(x+3) approaches infinity , so does log(x+3) -2 As x increases, f(x) moves toward infinity.
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
how do you know if it moves towards positive or negative infinity?
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
Like my problem that says as x decreases, y moves towards..?
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
how do i know?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well Infinite Limit a function that increases or decreases without bound, moves toward infinity or negative infinity as x .
anonymous
  • anonymous
that help?
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
yeah
anonymous
  • anonymous
that it?
PrincessAurora
  • PrincessAurora
yeah that's it thanks for the help
anonymous
  • anonymous
any time

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