# How do you graph y=ln(x+1)?

Nov 13, 2017

Assigning different values for x and getting y.

#### Explanation:

If your x is zero, your function will be $y = \ln 1 = 0$

If your x is 1, your function will be $y = \ln 2 = 0.693$

If your x is 2, your function will be $y = \ln 3 = 1.099$

etc. You can graph now. Note that x cannot be less than -1.

graph{ln(x+1) [-5.205, 14.795, -7.04, 2.96]}