The problem is as follows:

Sketch a graph of each pair of function.

f(x) = logb2(x) , g(x) = logb4(x)

How would I even begin to solve this problem??

For reference, logb2(x) = log base two (x).

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- Dec 4th 2012, 01:57 PMDima110Sketching graphs of logarithmic functions?
The problem is as follows:

Sketch a graph of each pair of function.

f(x) = logb2(x) , g(x) = logb4(x)

How would I even begin to solve this problem??

For reference, logb2(x) = log base two (x). - Dec 4th 2012, 02:59 PMemakarovRe: Sketching graphs of logarithmic functions?
- Dec 4th 2012, 03:09 PMskeeterRe: Sketching graphs of logarithmic functions?
$\displaystyle y = \log_2{x}$ is the inverse of the function $\displaystyle y = 2^x$

note that a function and its inverse are symmetrical to the line $\displaystyle y = x$ ... if you can graph the exponential function, you can graph the log function.