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# Asymptotes and the reciprocal function Watch

1. Does anybody understand it? I don't get anything with it. Or looked everywhere! And I don't get it. I don't know what to do? Please help

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2. (Original post by Pilot96)
Does anybody understand it? I don't get anything with it. Or looked everywhere! And I don't get it. I don't know what to do? Please help
What is it you don't understand? Can you provide an example?
3. (Original post by Pilot96)
Does anybody understand it? I don't get anything with it. Or looked everywhere! And I don't get it. I don't know what to do? Please help
Not sure what you are asking specifically

Has asymptotes when g(x) = 0

There may also be horizontal asymptotes but it would be easier to explain with an actual question
4. (Original post by TenOfThem)
There are also horizontal asymptotes
Not necessarily.
5. (Original post by Mr M)
What is it you don't understand? Can you provide an example?
Plotting the points, I just need a starter intro to it, but there's nothing in the books or on the internet

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6. (Original post by Pilot96)
Plotting the points, I just need a starter intro to it, but there's nothing in the books or on the internet
Plotting the points of what? Could you at least provide an equation?
7. (Original post by Mr M)
Not necessarily.
No, that was why I was looking for an example of a question

But thanks for the correction
8. (Original post by TenOfThem)
No, that was why I was looking for an example of a question
I don't think we are going to get one ...

9. Here's the textbook

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10. (Original post by Pilot96)
Here's the textbook
We can't do the whole lot for you. The explanation at the top is quite clear.

Let

Graph

Apply your knowledge of graph transformations to figure out what the following would look like:

11. (Original post by Mr M)
We can't do the whole lot for you. The explanation at the top is quite clear.

Let

Graph

Apply your knowledge of graph transformations to figure out what the following would look like:

Thank you so so much. I didn't understand the explanation

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12. (Original post by Pilot96)
Thank you so so much. I didn't understand the explanation

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Ok good. I was worried my suggestions were more difficult than the textbook!

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