SOLUTION: I need help with graphing Logarithmic function. What would this look like on a graph. f(x)=(1/5)^x HELP!!! I need assistance on this function. Your help is greatly appr

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Exponential-and-logarithmic-functions Question 150288: I need help with graphing Logarithmic function. What would this look like on a graph. f(x)=(1/5)^x HELP!!! I need assistance on this function. Your help is greatly appreciated. Answer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I need help with graphing Logarithmic function. What would this look like on a graph. f(x)=(1/5)^x ------------ You can graph it on Excel easily. It decreases in y-value (of f(x) value) from right to left, ie, the slope is always negative (because the base is less than 1). The slope becomes less as x increases. Like all exponentials, it passes thru the point (0,1).