the fail safe way to draw any graph is to find:

- intercepts

-asymptotes

-end behaviors

and if you do caclulus

-critical points

-concavities

but these are log graphs, all log graphs have the same shape (the different bases only dictate how steep the graph is). in the general case, the log graph is asymptotic to the y-axis. it goes from negative infinity on the left, passes through (1,0) and goes to positive infinity. this is always the case unless the graph is shifted horizontally or vertically. neither of these graphs are shifted in such ways, so their graphs will look like the one below

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