I'm not really sure what responding to this task proves. Except that there is a good graphing interface inside the Q and A

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4 years ago

Answered By Xuezhong J

You can us the simple idea to draw the graph: f(x) --> $\infty$∞ , y=1/f(x) --> 0; f(x) --> 0, y=1/f(x) --> $\infty$∞ . and the relation of f(x) and 1/f(x).

4 years ago

## Answered By Albert S

I'm not really sure what responding to this task proves. Except that there is a good graphing interface inside the Q and A

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4 years ago

## Answered By Xuezhong J

You can us the simple idea to draw the graph: f(x) --> $\infty$∞ , y=1/f(x) --> 0; f(x) --> 0, y=1/f(x) --> $\infty$∞ . and the relation of f(x) and 1/f(x).

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Play Drawing4 years ago

## Answered By Xuezhong J

right graph again

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Play Drawing