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    How do I sketch the graph of tan^-1(x) - ln(x+1) on the interval (0,infinity) ?

    How do I sketch the graph of tan^-1(x) - ln(x+1) on the interval (0,infinity)?

    I know what the graph of just tan^-1(x) looks like at ln(x+1), however do I just combine them or how can I do this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JollyJolly15 View Post
    How do I sketch the graph of tan^-1(x) - ln(x+1) on the interval (0,infinity)?

    I know what the graph of just tan^-1(x) looks like at ln(x+1), however do I just combine them or how can I do this?
    I have no idea what you mean by "at ln(x+1)" but you graph the difference of two functions by subtracting their y-values and graphing differences.
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