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given f(x)=-2/x-2 +2 determine the equation of the vertical asymptote ' ' ' ' horizontal asymptote 2.find the coordinates of x intercept. 3.' ' ' y ' '. 4.sketch the graph of of f. 5.Determine the equations of the axes of symmetry of f(x)

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