Analyzing a Logarithmic Equation Consider the function .
(a) What is the domain of f?
(b) Find .
(c) Let x be a real number between 1000 and 10,000.Determine the interval in which f(x) will be found.
(d) Determine the interval in which x will be found if f(x) is negative.
(e) When f(x) is increased by one unit, x must have been increased by what factor?
(f) Find the ratio of , to given that and .
The set of values of for which function is defined is known as domain of a function.
Here, the log function is undefined for negative values of and , but it is defined for
To calculate: The value of for the function c.
To calculate: The ratio of to given that and , where .
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