Does anyone know how to go about graphing the following functions? f(x) = 72/x 0< x < 12 and 0< y < 72 AND g(x) = log2/log(1+ x/100) 0< x < 12 and 0< y < 72 Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Yepper Does anyone know how to go about graphing the following functions? f(x) = 72/x 0< x < 12 and 0< y < 72 AND g(x) = log2/log(1+ x/100) 0< x < 12 and 0< y < 72 Thank you! Choose a number of values of x between 0 and 12, calculate the corresponding y, and plot the points (x,y). Have you tried that?
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