Posted by **Raj** on Thursday, April 26, 2007 at 1:22pm.

Create a function that has a graph with the following features:

Two vertical asymptotes: x=1, x=3. One horizontal: y = -1. And x intercepts= -2, 4

how about

f(x) = ((x+2)(x-4))/((3-x)(x-1)) ?

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