How do you graph g(x) = -log(x)?

Dec 9, 2017

Graph as scene below:

Explanation:

We must first consider what this represents in terms of $\log \left(x\right)$, this is simply a reflection in the x axis, so we know the graph of $\log \left(x\right)$:

graph{log(x) [-1.083, 8.917, -3.02, 1.98]}

So we take this function and flip it horozontaly, a reflection in the x axis:

graph{-log(x) [-1.46, 8.54, -1.24, 3.76]}