#### Answer

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#### Work Step by Step

The function $g(x)=\log_{b}x$ (the logarithmic function with base $b$)
is the inverse function of the exponential function with base $b,\ f(x)=b^{x}$
The graphs of inverse functions are reflections of the original function,
about the line y=x.
Our plan:
1. graph f(x) by plotting several points, joining them with a smooth curve,
2. swap the coordinates of the points we got in step 1 to obtain new points.
3. The points in (2.) are reflections of the points in (1.) about the line y=x.
We may graph the line y=x to illustrate this.
Joining this new set of points, we have graphed g(x)