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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 (0,1)

Part (a): Let f be of the form

f(x)=(ax+b)/(x+c)
Find an expression for f(x).

Part (b): Let f be of the form

f(x)=(rx+s)/(2x+t)
Find an expression for f(x). 

 Sep 9, 2019
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https://web2.0calc.com/questions/a-function-f-has-a-horizontal-asymptote-of-y-4-a

 

 

This might help thx to CPhill

 Sep 9, 2019
edited by killersteve27  Sep 9, 2019

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