f(x)=-2ln(x+1)

Find the domain of f.

So, far this is I have:

f(x)=-2ln(x+1)

f(x)=-2e^(x+1)

Can anyone go over this problem step by step with me?

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- April 6th 2008, 07:47 PMwickwikiDomain Logarithmic Function (Solved)
f(x)=-2ln(x+1)

Find the domain of f.

So, far this is I have:

f(x)=-2ln(x+1)

f(x)=-2e^(x+1)

Can anyone go over this problem step by step with me? - April 6th 2008, 07:53 PMMathstud28Ok to find the domain
for ...the only problem is that due to s properties...so

- April 6th 2008, 07:55 PMTheEmptySet
- April 6th 2008, 07:56 PMJhevon
- April 6th 2008, 08:03 PMMathstud28O man
I had it that way...but I was thinking of and I went back and changed it...on these forums I try to answer as fast as I can so I get messed up sometimes...thanks!...I knew that by the way =D

- April 6th 2008, 08:13 PMJhevon
- April 6th 2008, 08:15 PMMathstud28Haha
::blushes:: haha thanks

- April 6th 2008, 08:24 PMwickwiki
OK, solution solved thanks for the help.

I would like to know a bit more about how you solved it.

f(x)=-2ln(x+1)

So, what happens with the negative two exactly?

Because the one of my similar problems I solved ln(x+4) and I got

Domain= (-4,\infty).

So, how is the -2 effect the equation? - April 6th 2008, 08:27 PMMathstud28It doesnt
The only thing that matters in a is that the domain is restricted so that ...make sense?