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Help?!?!?!? 14. How do the graphs of y = 1/x and y = 5/x + 6 compare? Show your work.

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    y = 5/x + 6 is essentially the same graph as y = 1/x except it is stretched vertically by a factor of 5, and shifted 6 units up. If we start with y = 1/x, then multiply it by 5, we get y = 5/x. This graph is the same as y = 1/x, but stretched by a factor of 5. Then when we add the + 6, that translates the graph up 6 units.

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