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Asked Oct 1, 2019
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2. Let f(x) be the following rational function:
-17x + 12
(a) What are the zeros (if any) of f(x)?
(b) What are the vertical asymptotes (if any) of f(x)?
(c) What are the horizontal asymptotes (if any) of /(x)?
(d) Solve the rational inequality f(x) 2 0.
9+ XS (x)f
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2. Let f(x) be the following rational function: -17x + 12 (a) What are the zeros (if any) of f(x)? (b) What are the vertical asymptotes (if any) of f(x)? (c) What are the horizontal asymptotes (if any) of /(x)? (d) Solve the rational inequality f(x) 2 0. 9+ XS (x)f

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Step 1

Given function is

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f(x) = _17x+ 12 x5x6 -17x12

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Step 2

To calculate zeros of f(x) if any and vertical asymptotes and horizontal asymptotes

Step 3
  1. For finding zeros of the function, put tha...
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-17x +12 = 0 x2-5x6 -17x12 0 12 x = 17

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