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graph: f(x)= x+1/x−1

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hey sav, bump the question. People will come once you bump it
is it x + (1/x) - 1 or (x+1)/(x-1)
no its \[f(x)\frac{ x+1 }{ x-1 }\]

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first step to drawing a graph is the fins the asymtotes
find*
and draw that out
can u show me please i am totally blind in plotting/graphing... i have no clue
thats what i am doing. teaching you step by step
do you know how to find an asymtote? or what an asymtote is?
when denominator becomes zero we find the asymptot asymptote
there are two asymtotes here vertical asymtote and horizontal asymtote
the vertical asymtote is found by making the denomitator equal 0 the horizontal asymtote is found by making x tend to infinity and see y tends to what value

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