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It might help to think of y2 as\[y_{2}=5(\frac{1}{x+6})\]

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Thats what my graph is suppose to look like, but I need to know how they compare.

is the second one y = (5/x) +6 or y = (5) / (x+6) ?

The second one

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I think you have the graphs for y = 1/x and y = (5/x) +6 not (5) / (x +6)

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It does not say on my graph

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^Thats the right graph but how do they compare

i showed points on both the graphs
when the +6 term comes the graph is moved to the left 6 steps

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Oh okay

Well it still doesnt make sense

and then it is moved to the left

both are hyperbolas but only thats the difference

well I need an equation

magnitude

\[f _{2}(x) =5 \times f _{1}(x+6)\]