Math grade 12

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make F(x)=3/x-11 vertical asymptote

  • Math grade 12 -

    What is the denominator? (x-11) or x?
    You must use parentheses to clarify.

    The vertical asymptote is wherever that denominator is zero.

    How am I supposed to "make" F(x), when it is already defined?

  • Math grade 12 -

    Derivatives

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