# Which is the graph of y log x

## What is the graph of y is equals to log X?

The function

**y=logbx**is the inverse function of the exponential function y=bx . Consider the function y=3x . It can be graphed as: The graph of inverse function of any function is the reflection of the graph of the function about the line y=x .## How do you graph log X?

## How is the graph of y log x transformed to produce the graph of y log 2x )+ 3?

How is the graph of y=log x transformed to produce the graph of y=log 2x+3 2 It is

**stretched horizontally by**a factor of 2 and translated up 3 units.. It is compressed horizontally by a factor of 2 and translated up 3 units.## What does Y LOGX mean?

y = log (x) really “means”

**that x = b**.**y**. Note: If one solves “x = b ” for y the result yields the inverse. y. b.## What is log on a graph?

There are two main reasons to use logarithmic scales in charts and graphs. The first is to respond to skewness towards large values; i.e., cases in which one or a few points are much larger than the bulk of the data. The second

**is to show percent change or multiplicative factors**.## How do you draw a log graph?

## What is the base of Y LOGX?

It is equal to the logarithmic function with a

**base e**, . This can be thought of as “e to the y power equals x.” Here we have the basic graphs of y = log x and y = ln x.## What is integration of LOGX?

Answer: The integration of log x is

**x log x – x + C**Let us see, how to solve it. Explanation: Use the integration by parts formula, ∫uv dx = u∫v dx – ∫(du/dx ∫ v dx)dx, to calculate the integration of the logarithmic function, log x. Here, u = log x and v = 1.

## How do you graph log2?

## Why is a log graph linear?

Log-log plots display data in two dimensions where both axes use logarithmic scales. When one variable changes as a constant power of another, a log-log graph

**shows the relationship as a straight line**.## What is the graph of LNX?

## How do you graph 2x?

## What is the log base 2 of 8?

3

“the logarithm of 8 with base 2 is

**3**” or “log base 2 of 8 is 3”## How do you graph log base 2 on a TI 84?

Graphing logarithmic functions on TI-84s isn’t much different from graphing any other functions. You just hit your “Y=” button an enter your equation. The only complication occurs when you have a log with a base other than 10 or e . To do this, just

**go to your “Math” key, and scroll down till you find “LogBase”**.## Where is Y 2x on a graph?

## Which is a graph of y 2?

The equation y=2 is in slope intercept form, where the slope is 0 and the y-intercept is 2 . The equation can be graphed as the equation y=0x+2 . The graph is

**a horizontal line**where all values for y are 2 .