POLYNOMIAL AND RATIONAL FUNCTIONSGraphing a rational function: Constant over linear-3Graph the rational function f(x) 2x-3To graph the function, draw the horizontal and vertical asymptotes (if any) and plot at least two points on each piece of the graph.Then click on the graph icon6-54?X321+-5-6-4-324-2-12-3-4-5-6- 7-8

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POLYNOMIAL AND RATIONAL FUNCTIONS
Graphing a rational function: Constant over linear
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Graph the rational function f(x) 2x-3
To graph the function, draw the horizontal and vertical asymptotes (if any) and plot at least two points on each piece of the graph.
Then click on the graph icon
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POLYNOMIAL AND RATIONAL FUNCTIONS Graphing a rational function: Constant over linear -3 Graph the rational function f(x) 2x-3 To graph the function, draw the horizontal and vertical asymptotes (if any) and plot at least two points on each piece of the graph. Then click on the graph icon 6 -5 4 ? X 3 2 1 + -5 -6 -4 -3 2 4 -2 -1 2 -3 -4 -5 -6 - 7 -8

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The given function is a rational function, the vertical asymptotes are the undefined points also known as the zeros of the denominator. Take the denominator of the given function and equate it to zero. The value of –2x –3 = 0, x = ...

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-3 f(x2x-3 -3 -3 -1. That is (0,1) Letx 0. Then f(02(0)-3 -3 point on the graph -3 Letx 1. Thenf)2(1)-3 = 0.6. That is (1,0.6) is a point on the graph -5

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