1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data how would I draw the graph f(x) = ln|3x-6| 2. Relevant equations NONE 3. The attempt at a solution So I know that the graph ln(3x-6) would be a transformation of ln(x) 6 units to the right and the stretch by scale factor (1/3) along the x-axis (i.e: divide all x co-ordiantes on ln(x-6) by 3) However I then have to modulus the function 3x-6 I am NOT saying |f(x)| therefore I don't reflect in the x-axis I am NOT saying f(|x|) therefore I don't reflect in the y-axis Therefore how do I continue this transformation. Apparently I reflect in the asymptote (which moved to x=2) BUT WHY?