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# How would you graph y = ln(x^2)  without a calculator?

I tried with a....simplification...!

I would try using the base of the natural log (which is the irrational number e=2.71828) as being 3. This is a huge simplification but it helps to make things easier for us.

So basically I would graph:

y=log_3(x^2)

Where the "real" graph is:

graph{ln(x^2) [-10, 10, -5, 5]}