# Math check

Find the y-intercepts for the function given by:

f(x)= 4/(x+5)-1/(x-4)/2/(x-3)+3/(x+2)

I am stuck

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1. The y axis intercepts are the values of the function when x = 0
4/5 - [(1/-4)] / [(2/-3)] + 3/2

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posted by Damon
2. Is it 0,63/50

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