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Graphing Logarithmic Functions

We can graph a logarithmic function by using the fact that the inverse of a logarithmic function is an exponential function.

Here’s the procedure to graph a logarithmic function.

 

Procedure — To Graph a Logarithmic Function

Step 1 Rewrite y = logbx in exponential form, x = by.

Step 2 Switch x and y to get y = bx.

Step 3 Calculate ordered pairs.

Step 4 Exchange the x- and y-coordinates.

Step 5 Graph the new ordered pairs.

 

Note:

If you need to graph a function that is in the form y = logbx, first rewrite it in exponential form.

 

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