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posted by dani. .
Our teacher gaves us a rational graph and we are supposed to determine its equation, there is more than one answer. So the aymptotes are
vertical= x=5 and x=2
horizontal asymptote= y=2
then there is a cubic function that crosses the xaxis at 2,0 and the y axis at 2,0
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