I'm trying to find removable discontinuities. I'm studying Algebra II for dummies. The problem is: x^3-3x^2-16x-12/x^3-4x^2-11x-6. This factors to (x+2)(x-6)(x+1)/(x+1)(x+1)(x-6). Reducing to x+2/X+1. I thought the only removable discontinuity would be 6. The text lists both 6 and -1. But, since -1is a vertical asymptote even though it was factored out...it hasn't been removed. Am I thinking wrong or is the text wrong?

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