Posted by **Math is hard!** on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 12:52am.

Let f (x)= 2-x/3+x

(a) State the domain.

(b) State the vertical asymptote(s).

(c) State the horizontal asymptote.

(d) State the y-intercept.

(e) State the x-intercept(s).

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