2 question one i got one i didn't.
The one I got was
5a. graph y=3/3-x.
The one i dont get is
State the equations of the horizontal and vertrical asymptotes of the function in question 5a.
You actually typed:
$\displaystyle y= \frac {3}{3} - x$
But I'm assuming you meant this:
$\displaystyle y= \frac {3}{3-x}$
Horizontal Asympote: y=0 (since $\displaystyle \lim_{x \to \infty} \frac {3}{3-x} = 0$, but since you are in high school... if the degree of the polynomial in the denom. is higher than the numerator, the HA is y=0. If the numerical is higher, than there's no HA. If the degree are the same, then you take the leading coefficient and put it in fractional form.)
Vertical Asymptote: x=3 (this will make the equation undefined, because you let x=3, the 3/0 is undefined)