Abu Bakr L. answered • 09/11/20

Don't worry it will all math isn't so bad

Ive solved but I can't upload my work here so if you send me a message I can show how I did it

Sam J.

asked • 09/11/20P(x)= 10 ^- (x+1) / n(x)= -ln (x - 5)

{ GRAPH THE FUNCTIONS BELOW AND LABEL ANY ASYMPTOTES OR CRITICAL POINTS } Please help and explain/ provide a graph

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Abu Bakr L. answered • 09/11/20

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Don't worry it will all math isn't so bad

Ive solved but I can't upload my work here so if you send me a message I can show how I did it

Tracy D. answered • 09/11/20

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For asymptotes: f(x)=logb(argument) has vertical aymptotes at argument=0

So, n(x) = -ln(x-5) has a vertical asymptote at x =5,

P(x) = cannot go negative, no matter how big a value of -x you put in, so just a horizontal asymptote on that one, no critical value

Critical point is where the derivative of the function is = 0 or undefined. So, the critical value of n(x)=5

I hope that helps!

I'm not sure how to cut and paste the graph in this area, but you can go to desmos graphing calculator (free) and enter your two functions to see it.

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