Rational Function Graph
I need help with a rational function question, I am given a graph with the following things on it:
1) Vertical Asymptote: x = 1
2) Horizontal Asymptote: y = 1 (The graph doesn cross this asymptote on the +ve. x- and y- axis SIDE)
3) Y-Intercept: -4
4) X-INtercept: -2 and 2
5) Point Discontinuity: x = -5 and x = 8
The Question is `Determine a possible equation for this graph.`
I have even also attached the Graph that will help you guyz.
Please, try your best to help me in solving this problem.
Originally Posted by MordernWar2
put it all together
Hey Skeeter, I have put all othe them together, and here have a look at it.
And this is a totally different graph; it has an Oblique (Diagonal Asymptote) because the degree of the numerator is greater than (by 1) the degree of the denominator.
So can you please tell how i would do this question?
You didn't match numerator and denominator degrees.
Thank You Very Much!!
Thank you very much for helping m out here.
I really appreciate it!!...
Special thanks to Skeeter, and Mr. Fantastic for helping with both of my threads.