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    Graphing graphs with asymptotes

    Could someone please help me graphing, it's definitely my least favorite thing.

    lim f(x) = infin
    X> -2

    lim f(x) = 3
    X> -infin

    lim f(x) = -3
    X> infin

    I found the 3 obvious asymptotes, which are x = -2, y = 3 and -3. Now what? Any help/hints are greatly appreciated thanks !
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    Quote Originally Posted by letzdiscuss View Post
    Could someone please help me graphing, it's definitely my least favorite thing.

    lim f(x) = infin
    X> -2

    lim f(x) = 3
    X> -infin

    lim f(x) = -3
    X> infin

    I found the 3 obvious asymptotes, which are x = -2, y = 3 and -3. Now what? Any help/hints are greatly appreciated thanks !
    Please post the whole question so that people don't have to guess what you're trying to do. For starters, knowing the rule for f(x) would help.
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