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Math 1330 Section 2.3 5 Example 7: Find all the features of g(G) and graph the function. g(G) = 2G ± − 8 G ± − 3G + 2 Example 8: Find all the features of g(G) and graph the function. g(G) = G ± − 16 G − 2
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Math 1330 Section 2.3 6 Note: It is possible for the graph to cross the horizontal asymptote, maybe even more than once. To figure out whether it crosses (and where), set y equal to the y-value of the horizontal asymptote and then solve for x. Example 9: Does the function cross the horizontal asymptote? a. g(G) = G ± − 2G − 3 G ± + G − 6 b. g(G) = 1 − 2G G + 1
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In this chapter, we will study conic sections (or conics). It is helpful to know exactly what a conic section is. This topic is covered in Chapter 8 of the online text. We start by looking at a double cone. Think of this as two “pointy” ice cream cones that are connected at the small tips: To form a conic section, we’ll take this double cone and slice it with a plane. When we do this, we’ll get one of several different results. 1. Parabola
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