How do I find the vertical asymptote for log and exp functions? For example, y=log_{2}x and y=3^{x}

im acutally confused, is it possible to have vertical asymptotes for exponential functions?? (Wondering)

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- October 8th 2012, 04:33 PMchopper07Asymptotes of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
How do I find the vertical asymptote for log and exp functions? For example, y=log

_{2}x and y=3^{x}

im acutally confused, is it possible to have vertical asymptotes for exponential functions?? (Wondering) - October 8th 2012, 06:19 PMwtrmlncrawl191Re: Asymptotes of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
Log's are not exponential. They are actually the inverse.

Exponential functions do not have vertical asymptotes. The have horizontal asymptotes. Log functions do have vertical asymptotes. I suggest graphing, and looking for an undefined portion.