the graph of a logarithmic function is shown below what is the domain of the function?

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Answer:1.  [tex]x>-2[/tex]      Step by step explanation:    We are asked to choose the correct option about the given graph of a logarithmic function.Since we know that domain of a function is set of input values for which our function is defined.We can see from our graph that for x values greater than -2 our function is defined and gives specific output.So domain of our given logarithmic function -2 to positive infinity, which we can write as [tex]x>-2[/tex]. Therefore, 1st option is the correct choice.