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find the domain, range and the asymptote(s), of each function on the same coordinates plane for this equation...
f(x)= 3+ lnx and graph them.

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    you know what ln(x) looks like. This is the same curve, just shifted up 3. Everything is just the same as far as asymptotes, domain, range.

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