i have this equation:

solve for x:

ln(x)+ln(x-3)=2

x=0, x=3

In addition:

graph f(x)=ln(x) and -f(x-3)+2 by using transformations. Explain the relationship between the solutions to the original equation and the points of intersection on your graph.

How do you graph -f(x-3)+2?

please help Idon't understand the problem. thanks!

solve for x:

ln(x)+ln(x-3)=2

x=0, x=3

In addition:

graph f(x)=ln(x) and -f(x-3)+2 by using transformations. Explain the relationship between the solutions to the original equation and the points of intersection on your graph.

How do you graph -f(x-3)+2?

please help Idon't understand the problem. thanks!

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