vertical asymptote at ...
horizontal asymptote at ...
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see what you can do with it now.
I know how to graph rational functions, but I'm having trouble writing a function given the graph. Can someone help me out with this?
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Thanks for the reply, but I'm not exactly sure what all that means above (I'm in an honors level algebra 2 course if that helps). I know where the asymptotes and the intercepts are, but how do I use them to figure out the equation? I know that in the denominator there has to be (x-4) and the equation has to look something like 2x/x to satisfy to horizontal asymptote.
- also that to find the y-intercept I plug in zero for x, and to find the x-intercept I set the numerator equal to zero
Sorry, I'm still a little lost. What do I do besides c=1? I'm not familiar with the "general form," I suppose. I know how to graph a given rational function, but I'm confused as to how to produce the function given a graph.