A table of values gives us:

t |
`0` | `10` | `20` | `30` | `40` | `50` |

v |
`0` | `60.1` | `82.1` | `90.3` | `93.3` | `94.4` |

The sketch is:

Graph of *v* = 95(1 − *e*^{-0.1t}).

If we take larger values of *t*, the velocity does not go over `95`. In this case, the **terminal velocity** of the object is `95` km/h (marked on the graph as a dotted magenta line).

While this looks a bit like the graph of the logarithm function, it is quite different. This one starts at `(0, 0)`, does not pass through `(1, 0)` and does not increase without bound.