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graph the following function using transformations. Be sure to graph all the stages on one graph. state the domain and range.
y= 3/x/+1
NOT QUITE SURE HOW TO MAKE THE STRAIGHT UP AND DOWN LINE, INSTEAD OF THIS/.

This graph is a v shape with vertex at (0,0) with a ray in the first quad with slope 1 and a ray in the second quad with slope 1
The +1 sends this graph up one
It does not change the curve.
The flip the v downward
The 3 changes the curve. Instead of the slope begin +/ 1, it is now +/ 3
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