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PROBLEM!!! :)
answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom :)
third from top

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can u pls explain? :) and which one do u mean?? A,B,C,or D??
the first 3 have something in common (look at the degrees of the denominator)
know what domain is ?
idk really :( can y'all please exlapin?? :) and idk what they have in common :(
they have exponents of ___
2?
since they all involve subtraction, this means that that each of the first 3 have 2 vertical asymptotes
but what's given is just one vertical asymptote
okay but what does that mean?
my answer is D?
since the other 3 have 2 vertical asymptotes?
it says that there is exactly 1 vert asymptote, but the first 3 have 2 vert asymptotes, so the first 3 must be ruled out because of this discrepancy
kk so my answer is D?? the one i attached??
yes
it may be possible that one of the 2 vertical asymptotes are given, its not written that ' there is exactly 1 vert asymptote'
okay thanks!! :) ahha :)
plus domain does not contain -3 , but domain of 4th contains -3
true, i guess the domain paints a more definitive picture
oh didn't even see the +-...my bad lol
so looking at the domain, which does not contain +3 or -3, the denominator will be x^2-9
so my answer is C?
finally, yes!
haha kkk thanks :)
haha kkk welcome :)
:)
i agree with @hartnn

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