calculusplease help!!
posted by Sammyplease help!!!! .
Graph the function using transformations
show your work and state.
A. the domain
b. the range
c. the asymptotes
f(x)=41/(x+6)^2

domain is all real x except when x = 6
range less than y = 4
large +x and large x > y = 4
y > oo as x > 6
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