I should make one for the website ... one day ... when there is time ...

]]>I just want to see if I got it straight,

the independant x coordinates are evenly spaced, the y coordinate is an exponant of a given base a, so to find the return value of a function at a given x coordinate by a^y.

So I suppose if it were graphed in base e, the graph of y = e^x would be a straight line that would look just like the standard graph of y = x.

I suppose also the function and or domain must be restricted such that f(x) > 0 or the logarithmic coordinates won't work.

The book gave a lousy explanation so I'm just trying to make sure I've got it right.

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