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Graph the function $h(x)=2 \ln (9-3 x)+1$

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Calculus 1 / AB

Algebra

Chapter 4

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Section 8

Fitting Exponential Models to Data

Functions

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eso the question gives us a function that it wants us to go ahead and graph. Um, So I did that using a computer graphing utility used a graphing calculator or Kelsey was computer software for it. It doesn't really matter. Ah, what options you have. But here's the ah, the graph that we got from that function. Come to think of things that you can notice here we have this, like knee Ben shape here. It also appears we have a vertical Assen, too. Here, Um, so it looks like it's starting to approach this X value in 22 here is not quite so It's looking like Am I have a vertical ass into on that side here. Further down, Um, in regards to this part Well, horizontal asking tote. You can't see that on the graph goes way follow down. The one bill shows from their futures was also somewhere along here is also a horizontal ass in tow. Um, as well. That will observe

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