MATH _ GRAPHING RATIONAL FUNCTIONS
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When graphing rational functions, how do I know which directions the graphs go?
Example, for equation y = 9/x  x, how would you graph this?
Also, why is the horizontal asymptote for f(x)= 2+x / x7 is 1 instead of 0?
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