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posted by Melanie .
for function f(x)=(x)/x^24.
1. State the vertical and horizontal asymtopes.
2. Graph this function.

Assuming you meant f(x) = x/(x^2  4)
there are two vertical asymptotes, one at x = 2 and the other at x=2
the HA is the xaxis
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