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Asked Oct 31, 2019

Find the vertical asymptote(s), the horizontal asymptote(s), x-intercept(s), the y-intercept, and use them to graph the function f(x)= 24/x2-4

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Step 1

Consider the given function.

24
f(x)
-4
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24 f(x) -4

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Step 2

To find the vertical asymptotes, we determine where the function will be undefined by setting the denominator equal to zero.

i.e.

x2-4 0
So, the vertical asymptotes are -2 and 2
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x2-4 0 So, the vertical asymptotes are -2 and 2

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Step 3

To find the horizontal asymptote changes depending on how the degrees of the polynomials in the numerator and denominator of the function compare.

Here,...

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