Posted by james on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 7:37am.
use the asymptotes and intercepts to make a quick sketch of the function f(x)= x2 (numerator) x+4(denominator) and its reciprocal f^r = x+4 (numerator) x2 (denominator) on the same set of axes.
b) describe the symmetry in the graphs in part a)
c) determine the intervals of increase and decrease for both f and f^r, how do the sets of intervals compare?
d) would the pattern occur for all pairs of functions f(x)= x+b (numerator) x+d and f^r(x) = x+d (numerator)and x+b (denominator)? explain why or why not?

To James  advance functions gr 12  Reiny, Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 9:11am
James, I see 6 posts done by you of this same question.
Twice I have answered it. In one of them I pointed out how you should type your functions, in another I gave you a solution.
Here is my last reply to your question
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1364865245
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