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Find y, graph a few points, like the y intercept. and watch out for x=0.

Then play connect the dots. Remember, you can't cross either the x or y axis.

(1,15), (15,1), (-1,-15), (-15,-1) are also there, so you have an idea what happens to the tails.

Yep! https://www.desmos.com/calculator/n7xd8g8ojy

Thanks!

Could you help me with one more?

Not exactly sure.

Because it is undefined?

Oh, okay.

Alright. One more problem?

Sure.

Okay.
\[y = \frac{ -18 }{ x }\]

Same principal.

It just changes what quads because of the -.

Okay.

For some reason -1.8,-10 and 1.8,10 aren't plotting right, I know you said it would be a bit harder.

(-1.8,10),(1.8,-10)

Yeah, I just realized I did it wrong, thanks.

np. Have fun!

Thanks for the help!

Yah, not too terrible once you have the basic concept.