themonkey
How do you find the yintercept of h(x) in h(x)=x^216/x4?



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hartnn
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to find the yintercept , put x=0 in that equation,
what you get ?

themonkey
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But how does it work when one function is over the other one?

hartnn
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just put x=0 in that equation!

themonkey
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So I put it in both of them

hartnn
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yes,
h(0) = (016)/(04) =.... ?

themonkey
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(0,4)

hartnn
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thas your yintercept, correct! :)

themonkey
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Okay thank you that helped alot

hartnn
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welcome ^_^