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For the curve y = log(x+3), determine the following:
A) the asymptotes,

B)the intercepts,

C)the domain and range

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    There is a vertical asymptote at x=-3
    for y-intercept, let x = 0
    y = log3
    for x-intercept , let y = 0
    log(x+3) = 0
    log(x+3) = log 1
    x+3 = 1
    x = -2

    domain: x > -3
    range, y is any real number.

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