#### Answer

This is the graph of $ g(x)=\log(-x)$

#### Work Step by Step

We first find the graph of $ f(x)=\log x $ among the graphs 32 - 35.
$ f(x)=\log x $ has a graph that is
- defined for positive x only (only graph 35)
- rises from left to right (only graph 35)
- passes through (1,0) (graphs 34 and 35)
- passes through (10,1) (only graph 35 can do this)
Conclusion: graph 35 is the graph of $ f(x)=\log x $.
Graph 32 (this graph) is obtained from the graph of $ f(x)=\log x $ by reflecting it about the y-axis.
This is the graph of $ f(-x)=\log(-x)=g(x)$