1. for this rational function f(x)=x^2-3x-10/x^2-1 determine were possible. i.the domain of the function. ii. the coordinates of the x and y- intercept of the graph of...
1. for this rational function f(x)=x^2-3x-10/x^2-1 determine were possible. i.the domain of the function. ii. the coordinates of the x and y- intercept of the graph of...
1. match the description with the appropriate rational function. the y-axis is its vertical asymptotes.
1. for this rational function f(x)=x^2-3x-10/x^2-1 determine were possible. i.the domain of the function. ii. the coordinates of the x and y- intercept of the graph of...
1. Match the desperation with the appropriate rational faction. the y-axis is its vertical asymptote.
1. For this rational function f, f(x) 3x-6/x-1. determine where possible i. The domain of f ii. x and y-intercept of f in coordinate form. iii. The...
1.simplify 32-22i/5+2i+(1+i)^4+6/i1779+(-6+8i)(-6-8i)
vertical asymptotes: x = −2, x = 0 horizontal asymptote: y = 0 x-intercept: 1; f(2)=1
I've tried everything but only find that the answer is not possible. There may be a hole. Write a rational function (f) that has the specified characteristics. vertical...
for the following rational function, state the restrictions on variable, if any, by finding all values of the variable that are not in the domain of f. write answer with ≠.
for the following rational function, state the restrictions on variable, if any, by finding all values of the variable that are not in the domain of f. write answer with ≠.
Find the domain of the rational function. Problem: x+8/x^2-4x
In a bike race, a rider covers a 5-mi flat stretch of road at a speed of (s) mi/h. She then doubles her speed down a hill 1 mi long. Finally, she reduces her downhill speed by 12 mi/h as she rides...
Without a calculator, identify, if possible, the vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, slant asymptotes, x-intercept(s), and y-intercept(s). Then find extra points. State the domain and range...
we are working using rational fractions and this makes no sense to me.
Given Conditions: vertical asymptotes: x = −1, x = 0 horizontal asymptote: y = 0 x-intercept: 3; f(
(4/X^2+X-6)-(1/X^2-4)=(2/X^2+5X+6) Please help me solve
Treveon paddled 35 mies downstream in his boat. The speed of the water current was 4 miles per hour. Mark paddled 13 miles upstream in his boat. The speed of the water current was 4 miles per hour...
Add or subtract. Then simplify. If a denominator has three or more facotrs (Other then monomials.) Leave it in factored form. y/y^2-y-20 + 2/y+4
Add or subtract. Then simplify. If a denominator has three or more facotrs (Other then monomials.) Leave it in factored form. 3x-1/x^2+2x-3 - x+4/x^2-9
Add or subtract. Then simplify. If a denominator has three or more facotrs (Other then monomials.) Leave it in factored form. 3y+2/y^2+5y-24 + 7/y^2+4y-32