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3x 1 y x2

Vertical Asymptote when denominator is zero

x20

x 2

3x 1 3 1 x y x 2 1 2 x

as x 3 y 1

when x 0 3(0) 1 1 y 02 2

(0,

1 ) 2

when y 0 3x 1 0 x2 0 3x 1 1 x 3

1 ( , 0) 3

x y 2 x 1

Vertical Asymptote when denominator is zero

x2 1 0 x2 1 x 1

TWO vertical asymptotes

x=1 and x=-1

1 x y 2 x1 x 1 1 x2

as x y0

x y 2 x 1

THIS IS THE RESULTING SKETCH

Curve passes through the x axis at the points

(1,0) and (3,0)

( x 1)( x 3) y x( x 2)

Vertical Asymptote when denominator is zero

x ( x 2) 0 x0 x2

x=0 and x=2

(1 )(1 ) y 1(1 2 x)

1 x 3 x

as x (1)(1) y (1)(1)

Horizontal asymptote

y=1

The graph was not required in this exam question but this is the sketch that would be obtained.

We would need to differentiate and equate to zero in order to find that the stationary point is a min at (1,4)

( x 1)( x 3) y x( x 2)

6x y ( x 1)

Vertical Asymptote occurs when denominator is zero

x 1 0 x 1

6 y 1 1 x

6x y ( x 1)

When x=0 we see that y=0 also. The graph passes through (0,0)

If we attempt to find stationary values we find there are none! The gradient is always negative. (try it!)

The function is monotonic Decreasing.

x2 4 x y 2 x 9

Horizontal Asymptote is PARALLEL TO THE x AXIS. Investigate the limit as x goes to infinity

1 4 x y 1 x92

as x 1 y 1

An asymptote which is parallel to the y axis is vertical and would occur when the denominator is zero. Is this possible here? No because

x2 4 x y 2 x 9

Suggests that

But this equation does not have REAL roots

x 9 0

2

Concluding, The denominator can not be zero and so there are no vertical asymptotes.

The graph was not required in this exam question but this is the sketch that would be obtained. In this graph when y=1 we find x=2.25 (check this!) So the graph WILL cross the horizontal asymptote

x2 4 x y 2 x 9

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