# Question #9e831

Oct 5, 2015

$y = {e}^{x} - 4$

Make a table of values first. Since ${e}^{0}$ is $1$, you should start with substituting $x$ as $0$.

• $x = 0$, $y = - 3$
• $x = 1$, $y = - 1.28$

Then plot them on the graph, with $y = - 4$ as your asymptote. Remember to never touch the $y = - 4$ line!

graph{e^x-4 [-5.866, 6.62, -5.51, 0.73]}