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Feedback:First, factor the denominator.To find the vertical asymptotes, we determine where this function will be undefined by setting thedenominator equal to zero:Neithernorare zeros of the numerator, so the two values indicate two verticalasymptotes. The domain ofis.
4/19/2021Southern New Hampshire University - Gradebook5/13QuestionWe havewith the degree ofthe degree of, so there is ahorizontal asymptote at.Q37/7.0ViewOriginal ResponseUnfiltered ResponseUse the given transformation to graph the function. Note the vertical and horizontal asymptotes.The reciprocal squared functionshifted to the rightunits.Hint: The graph of the reciprocal square function is shown in Figure 1 in the Reading andParticipation Activities section on Rational Functions.Select the correct graph of the function.Your responseCorrect response
4/19/2021Southern New Hampshire University - Gradebook6/13QuestionFeedback:Correct.Auto gradedGrade:1/1.0Total grade: 1.0×1/1 = 100%Feedback:Shifting the graph rightwould result in the function.The graph of the shifted function is displayed below.
4/19/2021Southern New Hampshire University - Gradebook7/13QuestionNotice that this function is undefined at, and the graph also is showing a vertical asymptoteat.As,and as,.As the inputs increase and decrease without bound, the graph appears to be leveling off at outputvalues of, indicating a horizontal asymptote at.

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