How would I go about finding the x and y intercepts of this problem: g(x)=3^(x+2) -1
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Originally Posted by theevilp0ptart How would I go about finding the x and y intercepts of this problem: g(x)=3^(x+2) -1 to find intercepts set the opposite variabe equal to zero and solve. x-int set y=0 solve for x $\displaystyle 0=3^{x+2}-1 \iff 1=3^{x+2} \iff \ln(1)=(x+2)\ln3 \iff x=-2$ y-int set x=0 solve for y $\displaystyle y=3^{0+2}-1=8$
I don't know how I would find the asymptotes.
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