Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 96

Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 96 - the right. The zero is...

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Unit 3, Activity 4, Translations, Dilations, and Reflections of Ln x Blackline Masters, Advanced Math-Pre-Calculus Page 94 Comprehensive Curriculum, Revised 2008 Place a in the column marked My Opinion if you agree with the statement. Place an X if you disagree with the statement. If you have disagreed, explain why. My Opinion Statement If you disagree, why? Calculator Findings 1. The graph of f ( x ) = ln( x + 3) is translated 3 units to
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Unformatted text preview: the right. The zero is at (4, 0). 2. The graph of f ( x ) = ln(-x ) is reflected over the y-axis. The domain is (- , 0). 3. The graph of f ( x ) = 3ln( x ) has a zero at x = 3. 4. The graph of f ( x ) = ln(4 x ) has been reflected over x = 4. Its domain is { x : x < 4}. 5. The graph of f ( x ) = ln( x ) + 2 has a zero at e-2 . 6. The graph of f ( x ) = ln( x 4) has a vertical asymptote at x = 4 and a zero at x = 5....
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