How do you graph y=lnx+2?

May 31, 2017

Try different x values to get y

Explanation:

For instance,
If x is 1, your function $y = 2$
If x is 2, your function $y = 2.69$
If x is 3, your function #y=3.10 etc.

Now you can graph

graph{(lnx)+2 [-10.96, 29.04, -11.08, 8.92]}

Your x must be greater than 0.