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Find the formula for the function using the following statements...

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  1. anonymous
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    lim as x approaches + or - infinity is 0, lim as x approaches 0 is -infinity

  2. anonymous
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    So I need to find a rational function with these statements in mind...how do you go about doing that?

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    1/x doesn't work because the limit from the right at 0 is infinity but the limit from the left is -infinity. Can you think of the way to fix this?

  4. anonymous
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    yeah I'm not sure, there must be a way to do this without much guess work

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