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F(x) =ln (x-[x]), where [.] denotes the greatest integer function. Find the range of the functfun.

F(x) =ln (x-[x]), where [.] denotes the greatest integer function. Find the range of the functfun. 
 

Grade:12

1 Answers

sachin kumar
33 Points
3 years ago
f(x)=ln(x-[]x)
we know that x-[x] ={x}
 
ln(x-[x])=ln({x})
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you can also  understand from graph of ln fuction
-infinite < range < zero
f(x)=ln(x-[x])
we know that x-[x]={x}
ln(x-[x])=ln{x}
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so range of ln{x}will be -infinite to zero

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