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analyze the graph of the following function.

r(x)= x^2+x-6
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x^2-x-2

there are 8 steps but they don't make sense to me... please show work!! thanks

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what are the 8 steps?
I assume they involve finding asymptotes, roots, intercepts, etc.

To get started,
x^2+x-6 = (x+3)(x-2)
x^2-x-2 = (x+1)(x-2)

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