MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# Which graph represents the function f(x) = log10(x + 2)?

Accepted Solution

A:

You can see a graph of that function.

Here I also show you a table with some points. First take into account tha the domain is x > - 2 and that the limit of the function as x goest to - 2 is negative infinity.

x f(x)

- 1.999999999 -9

-1.99 -2

-1.9 -1

-1 0

0 0.301

1 0.477

8 1

98 2

998 3

∞ ∞

With this information and the graph you can identity which of your graphs is the right one.

Here I also show you a table with some points. First take into account tha the domain is x > - 2 and that the limit of the function as x goest to - 2 is negative infinity.

x f(x)

- 1.999999999 -9

-1.99 -2

-1.9 -1

-1 0

0 0.301

1 0.477

8 1

98 2

998 3

∞ ∞

With this information and the graph you can identity which of your graphs is the right one.