How do I graph and state the range, asymptotes and intercepts for: g(x)=-8/x-4 h(x)=2(x-1)squared-2 f(x)=4/xsquared+1 Thanks, H
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Originally Posted by HeatherS How do I graph and state the range, asymptotes and intercepts for: g(x)=-8/x-4 h(x)=2(x-1)squared-2 f(x)=4/xsquared+1 Thanks, H You need to be clearer in what you need to graph. For example the first question. Is it $\displaystyle g(x)=\frac{-8}{x}-4$ or $\displaystyle g(x)=\frac{-8}{x-4}$ ?? These functions will give different asymptotes, intercepts, domain etc...
The second one, thanks. i.e. -8 is divided by x-4
Originally Posted by HeatherS The second one, thanks. i.e. -8 is divided by x-4 Well solve for $\displaystyle x-4 \neq 0$ for your vertical asymptote. Do you know the shape of this function? I suggest using a graphical calculator.
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