Hello, asweet1!

Find a possible formula for the polynomial if it has zeros at ,

and vertical asymtopes at

It has a horizontal asymptope of

Enter the numerator and denominator in factored form.

my answer was (-.028)(x+6)(x+17)/(x+11)(x-17)

is this right? . . . . Sorry, no

Zeros at

. . Factors of in the numerator.

Vertical asymptotes

. . Factors of in the denominator.

Horizontal asymptote

. . We want: .

One solution is: .