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anonymous

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write an equation for the translation of y=5/x that has the asymptotes x=6 and y=7

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    |dw:1433350342985:dw|that's a picture of y=4/x.

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    excuse me, not y=4/x but yet y=5/x .. lol my mistake but so now you want to move the vertical asymptote 6 units over to the right, your denominator will then be x-6 and since you want the horizontal asymptote to move up 5 units, just add 5 to the y-values so your equation will be this.. y = 1/(x-6) + 5

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