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I need help, community. Which of the following rational functions is graphed below?
0 A. F(x) = (x + 1)
0 B. F(x) = (x^2)(-2)(x + 2)
0 C. A(x) = (x – 4)
0 D. A(x) = x(x)

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So i have the graph of a rational function and i can see by the tick marks that i have a vertical asymptote at negative 1 that is x, equals negative 1 point vertical asymptotes come from values that make the denominator equal 0. So, since negative 1 is a vertical asymptote, that must mean that i have a factor of x plus 1. In my denominator. The only function that has that in your multiple choice, options is choice. C f of x, equals x, plus 2 over x plus 1, can also see that our function has a horizontal asymptote at y equals 1. Well, our function has…