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Unformatted text preview: Math 1330 Section 2.2 4 Example 3: Sketch the graph of gGÂ¡Â¢ Â£ Â¡GÂ¤Â¡ Â¥ Â¦Â¢ Â§ GÂ¡ Â¤ Â¨Â¢ Â© . Example 4: Sketch the graph of ÂªGÂ¡Â¢ Â£ Â¤Â¡ Â§ GÂ« Â¤ Â¡Â¢GÂ¡ Â¥ Â¬Â¢ Â GÂ¡ Â¤ Â®Â¢ Â¯ Math 1330 Section 2.2 5 Example 5: Sketch the graph of gGÂ¡Â¢ Â£ Â¡ Â¤ Â¥ Â¦Â¡ Â§ Â¨ Â©Â¡ Â¨ ÂªÂ« Example 6: Write the equation of the quartic function with y intercept 5 which is tangent to the x axis at the points GÂ¨Â¦Â¬ÂÂ¢ and (2,0). Math 1330 Section 2.2 6 Example 7: Given the graph of a polynomial determine what the equation of that polynomial. Math 1330 Section 2.3 1 Section 2.3: Rational Functions Definition: A rational function is a function that can be written in the form ) ( ) ( ) ( x Q x P x f = , where g(G) and Q (G) are polynomials, consists of all real numbers x such that Â¡(G) â‰ 0 You will need to be able to find the following: â€¢ Domain â€¢ Intercepts â€¢ Holes â€¢ Vertical asymptotes â€¢ Horizontal asymptotes â€¢ Slant asymptotes â€¢ Behavior near the vertical asymptotes Domain: The domain of Â¢ is all real numbers except those values for which Â¡(G) = 0 ....
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 Limit of a function, Rational function

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