# How do you graph y= ln(4-x)?

Oct 12, 2017

Trying different x values

#### Explanation:

If x is zero, your function $y = \ln 4 = 1.39$

If x is 1, your function $y = \ln 3 = 1.10$

If x is 2, your function $y = \ln 2 = 0.69$

etc. you can graph now:

graph{ln(4-x) [-12.71, 7.29, -4.97, 5.03]}