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2. Graphing Rational Functions by Transformations [4.6] Each function below can be
graphed by transformations of F(x) or F(x)
Graph each function by transformations. Label the horizontal and vertical asymptotes
with their equations.
a, f(x) =-+ 3
The base function, from which we are applying transformations, is F(x) -
(x+2)2
The base function, from which we are applying transformations, is F(x) -
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2. Graphing Rational Functions by Transformations [4.6] Each function below can be graphed by transformations of F(x) or F(x) Graph each function by transformations. Label the horizontal and vertical asymptotes with their equations. a, f(x) =-+ 3 The base function, from which we are applying transformations, is F(x) - (x+2)2 The base function, from which we are applying transformations, is F(x) -

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Graphing the given function by applying transformations on a simpler function

Step 2

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The last equation shows that the graph of y=f(x) is obtained from the graph of y=F(x)=1/x...

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