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Asked Oct 23, 2019

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please answer the questions provided in the image for the function:

f(x) = 1 + (1/x) - (1/x^2)

Step 1

Since we only answer up to 3 sub-parts, we’ll answer the first 3. Please resubmit the question and specify the other subparts (up to 3) you’d like answered.

To determine:

Part a) The vertical and horizontal asymptotes.

Part b) Increasing and decreasing intervals.

Part c) Local maximum and minimum.

Step 2

**Given:**

Step 3

**Concept Used:**

A function has a vertical and horizontal asymptote ...

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