# Calculus

For the function f whose graph is given, state the following
(a)
lim
x → ∞
f(x)
(b)
lim
x → −∞
f(x)
(c)
lim
x → 1
f(x)
(d)
lim
x → 3
f(x)
(e) the equations of the asymptotes (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list of equations.)
vertical:
horizontal:

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1. why do you bother posting questions about a graph we cannot see?
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