# How do you graph a natural log function?

Alright class, when graphing a natural log function, we need to plot points on the coordinate plane and connect them with a smooth curve. The shape of the graph will resemble an "S" and we'll have asymptotes at x = 0 and y = 0. The natural logarithm function, or ln function, is represented by the equation y = ln(x). To graph this function, we'll need to follow the same process of plotting points and connecting them with a smooth curve. Remember that the graph of a natural log will have two asymptotes, one at x = 0 and one at y = 0, which means that the function never reaches these values, but will approach them. To plot points, we can use a chart of values or a graphing calculator. If we want to find the exact coordinates of points, we can use the natural logarithm function on our calculator. Once we have plotted enough points, we'll be able to connect them with a smooth curve to get the graph of the natural logarithm. If you want to learn more about graphing, check out brainly.com/question/17267403 #SPJ4.