Hi..I'm not completely clueless on this problem I would just like to see if my answers are correct. The problem is: let f be the function given by f(x)=x/sqrt((x^2)-4)

A) find the domain of f

B) find the vertical asymototes of f

C) find the horizontal asymototes of f

When I attempted this problem algebraic ally (which is what the directions said) I got the answer of (-infinity,-2),(2,infinity) for the domain, vertical asymototes at x=2 and x=-2 and the horizontal asymptote to be y=o because the degree of the denominator is bigger than the numerator...however thinking twice about those rules I now think that only applies to rationalized functions..which this is not...annd when I graphed it on my calculator I got a corner hyperbola with what appeared to be a vertical asymptote at x=I and horizontal asymototes at y=1 and y= -1....please help!! Thanks!-Kathryn