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 May25 accepted Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes May25 comment Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes i'm very appreciate your answer but I still don't idea, how to get (3,0). thx May23 asked logarithmic find value N. May23 revised Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes edited body May23 revised Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes added 115 characters in body; edited tags May23 revised Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes added 72 characters in body May23 accepted Sketching graph Exponential and logarithmic functions. May23 revised Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes added 1 characters in body May23 asked Sketching Logarithmic with labeling intercepts and asymptotes May20 comment Sketching graph Exponential and logarithmic functions. thank you for the honest respone! God bless! May20 answered Sketching graph Exponential and logarithmic functions. May20 comment Sketching graph Exponential and logarithmic functions. i understand now! thx alot, can I delete my question. it seem very easy! May20 asked Sketching graph Exponential and logarithmic functions. May13 accepted Find the value of $A$, $n$ and $b$ if $y=A\sin(nt)+b$ has range $[2,8]$ and period $\frac{2\pi}{3}$. May13 comment Find the value of $A$, $n$ and $b$ if $y=A\sin(nt)+b$ has range $[2,8]$ and period $\frac{2\pi}{3}$. sorry, no. I'm confuse. thx May13 asked Find the value of $A$, $n$ and $b$ if $y=A\sin(nt)+b$ has range $[2,8]$ and period $\frac{2\pi}{3}$. May13 revised How to sketch $y=2\tan(x+\frac{\pi}{4})$ , $x \in (0,2\pi)$ edited tags May13 comment How to sketch $y=2\tan(x+\frac{\pi}{4})$ , $x \in (0,2\pi)$ yes! please provide me solution step by step. Appreciate it! May13 comment How to sketch $y=2\tan(x+\frac{\pi}{4})$ , $x \in (0,2\pi)$ yes! sorry for my lack of maths knowledge. thx May13 asked How to sketch $y=2\tan(x+\frac{\pi}{4})$ , $x \in (0,2\pi)$