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**snakeman11689** Hello all, I have two functions that i have trouble getting how it looks like as a graph.

I'll post my problem for the first graph first and then I'll post my second one after the first one has been solved.

The first function for the graph: f(x)= (x^2 +x -2)/(x^2)

I got the horizontal and vertical asymptotes, x=0 is the V.A. and y=1 is the H.A.

I found the derivaties of the first prime and second prime. Then I evaluated the graph.

From what it looks like to me. The graph slopes downward in the third quadrant. and the graph goes upward above the H.A. and then decreases again.

I'm really not sure what the graph really looks like.