Finding Domain, Asymptote, and Intercept of a Logarithm

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In this lesson, you will learn how to find the domain, asymptote, and x-intercept of a logarithmic function. You will understand how to shift a graph up or down and how it affects the domain and vertical asymptote. Furthermore, you will learn how to find the x-intercept by setting y equal to zero and solving for x. Through this lesson, you will gain a deeper understanding of logarithmic functions and how to solve for their key components.

Lesson Description:

Finding the domain, asymptote, and x intercept of a logarithm

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  • Find the domain, asymptote and intercept of f(x)=-log(base4)x+3