Hello-

I have a problem that says "Find the equation given the following graph"

Below is an example of what my graph looks like, however this is not the exact one. Mine has Vertical asymptotes at (-3,0) and (4,0). X intercept is (2,0) and the Y intercept is (0,-2)

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ree2byXedi.gif
Based off this information and the graph i've come up with the following equation (which is wrong)

after solving for A in the equation y=a(x-2)^3/((x+3)(x-4)^2)

Y=4(x-2)^3/((x+3)(x-4)^2)

and my graph on my calculator the right hand portion of the graph needs to be flipped over and on the other side of the X axis... is there a trick to doing this?

Thanks