# Which graph represents the function f(x)=1/x+3-2

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claireschroederI'll give you a table of some of the points on the graph and maybe that will help you (-3 , 0.667) (-2 , 0.5) (-1 , 0) (1 , 2) (2 , 1.5) (3 , 1.33) The vertical asymptote is: x=0 the horizontal asymptote is: y=1 Hope that helps! I recommend that you download the app desmos because you can plug in the equation you need and it will give you a visual representation of the graph you need. also check out the apps mathaway and symbolab. Those apps can do wonders :)

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