Create a graph with: Domain: -∞

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Create a graph with: Domain: -∞

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seems like you should fit your graph between the 2 dashed lines. Maybe use them as asymptotes|dw:1441670506468:dw|
I've done that but i don't understand what to do next. The domain is confusing me.
Label the graph properly afterwards. Label your x axis, y axis, and label negative infinity, positive infinity and -5, and 2 on it properly.

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Cool \((7/2)\cos(x)-1.5\)
7/2cos(x) makes it a range of 7 units long. and 1.5 shift down to adjust the interval
you can do same with sin(x) :)
oh, my bad.... 5 and 02 are not included. my apologizes
the domain is (-∞, ∞) so the graph would go to the extents in both directions along the x-axis. I was thinking something shaped like the cube root function, but with asymptotes. Not sure exactly what function that would be
|dw:1441671157497:dw| Would the graph look like this?
That's not between the two asymptotes. That's above and below the asymptotes.
Oh yeah forgot about that :P
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Actually, that's exactly right @peachpi
:) Thanks for the help guys.
you're welcome. thx @Hero
@peachpi Bonus points if you can come up with an algebraic representation of the graph.
@Hero believe me I've been trying. Logistic function?
I only suggested because I'm stumped myself atm.
I started with this \[f(x)=\frac{ a }{ 1+bc^{-x} }\] shifted it down 5, then a has to be 7 for the limit approaching ∞ to be 2. \[f(x)=\frac{ 7 }{ 1+bc^{-x} }-5\] I think b > 0 and c > 0 and not 1. @Hero

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