Posted by **Rebekah** on Monday, October 22, 2012 at 8:29pm.

#1. (3x^3-4x^2-3x+4)/(x^3-5x)

my answers:

y-int: NONE

x-int: 1, -1, and 4/3

x asymtope: x= 0 and +- square root of 5

y asym: y=3

If it crosses horiz asym: idk i need help on this

#2. (x^4-7x^2+12)/(x^2-5x+4)

x-int: -2, 2, and +- square root of 3

y-int: 3

x-asy: x= 4 and 1

y asym: y=-7/4x^2

I cant find if/where it intersects the horiz asym

#3

(x^2-5x^2)/(x^3-3x)

y-int: (0,5/3)

x-int: 0 and +- square root of 5

xasym: x= 0 and +- square root of 3

I cant find the y asym or where it intersects

#4 (1-x)/(x^3-2x^2+x-2)

x asym: x=2

x-int: 1,0

y int: (0, -1)

yasym: y=0

once again i cant find where it intersects

Thankyou soooo much!! i know its longgg....

- Precalc -
**Steve**, Monday, October 22, 2012 at 11:56pm
take a visit to

rechneronline.de/function-graphs/

and you can play around with graphing functions. It should help a lot, especially as you review what you already (maybe) know.

You can also use wolframalpha.com for a "big picture" plot, without having to worry about domain and range. Just type in the function in the box, and it will plot it, as well as show other interesting related info.

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- check my precalc - #1. (3x^3-4x^2-3x+4)/(x^3-5x) my answers: y-int: NONE x-int: ...
- Advance Algebra (Graphing) - I need help finding the asymptotes, and domain of ...
- Precalc - #1: f(x) = x^2-4x find vrtex, axis ofsym, y-int, x-int if any, domain...
- Check my precalc? - #1: f(x) = x^2-4x find vrtex, axis ofsym, y-int, x-int if ...
- calculus - use symmetry to evaluate the double integral (1+x^2siny+y^2sinx)dA, R...
- computer science - int *reverse(const int *, int); int *temp; temp = reverse(...
- Algebra - Use the quadratic formula to solve the equation. Give exact answers: ...
- Computers - //program that puts two lists in order in one single list with all ...
- computer - If int main() { int a=1; int *p; how do the following statements ...
- Computer Science - //program that puts two lists in order in one single list ...

More Related Questions