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study this function : g(x) = x - 1 - ln(x)

study this function :

g(x) = x - 1 - ln(x)

Submitted by Coloratus on Mon, 2012-03-12 08:35
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xx xxxxx the xxxx xxxx the derivation of the sum of xxxxxxxxx xx sun of xxxxxxxxxxx of functions:

xxx we apply xxx xxxxxx

and xx have:

2nd derivation:

xx can xxx 2nd xxxxxxxxxx xx deriving xxx xxx derivation:

xxx we xxxxx the rules:

And we have:


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xxx the domain xx xxx final function xxx


vertical asymptotes:

The xxxxxxxxxx for xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxxxx on the edge xx the xxxxxxxx on xxxxx the xxxxxxxx is xxxxxxxx xxxxx xxx xxxxxxxx is defined on interval x xxx only xxxxx in xxxxx xx have to search for vertical asymptote is 0 xxx xxxx xxxx the right (positive side). xxxxxx xx xx point in finding the xxxxxxxx asymptote in xxxxxxxxxx xx xx have to solve the xxxxxx

Applying xxx xxxxx xx xxxxxxx we xxxxx

Now, for xxx xxxxx , xx know xxxx xxx xxxxx of

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Submitted by Doctor on Mon, 2012-03-12 10:27
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See attachment.

The analysis is fairly simple if you remember the definition of a Lambert function (Product Log) (see ).