Mathematics

Question

Describe the transformations of the function f(x)=4/(x-1)-3

1 Answer

  • From f(x) = 1/x, you shift the horizontal asymptote a unit right to x = 1 to get f(x) = 1/(x - 1). 

    Then, multiply that by 4 to obtain the larger function value, which turns out to be f(x) = 4/(x - 1). 

    Finally, shift 3 units down to get f(x) = 4/(x - 1) - 3. 

    Good luck!
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