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    Attachment 593650593654 hi just wondering if you sketch the equation of 3/fx/ for this graph, would you multiply the asymptote by 3 as well ? Or will it remain as 2?

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    You would multiply it by 3.
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    (Original post by B_9710)
    You would multiply it by 3.
    So y=2 becomes y=6 ? why is that because I thought it wouldn't have any effect on the asympotote...

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    So y=2 becomes y=6 ? why is that because I thought it wouldn't have any effect on the asympotote...

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    Why did you think that?

    f(x)->3f(x) multiplies all y-coordinates by 3. That includes horizontal asymptotes which you can think of as a set of y-coordinates.
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    Why did you think that?

    f(x)->3f(x) multiplies all y-coordinates by 3. That includes horizontal asymptotes which you can think of as a set of y-coordinates.
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