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A function $$f$$ has a horizontal asymptote of $$y = -4,$$ a vertical asymptote of $$x = 3,$$ and an $$x$$-intercept at $$(1,0).$$

Part (a): Let $$f$$ be of the form $$f(x) = \frac{ax+b}{x+c}.$$ Find an expression for $$f(x).$$

Part (b): Let $$f$$ be of the form $$f(x) = \frac{rx+s}{2x+t}.$$ Find an expression for $$f(x).$$

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A function has a horizontal asymptote of y=-4 a vertical asymptote of x=3 and an -intercept at (1|0).

Omi67  Jun 13, 2018
edited by Omi67  Jun 13, 2018
edited by Omi67  Jun 13, 2018

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