Consider the function f(x) = \frac{x^2+3}{x+1} .

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There is a vertical asymptote at

There a horizontal (or oblique) asymptote at

** NOTE: ** This could be a function of x.

If

(

For each of the intervals listed below, select the graph best representing the shape of the function in that interval.

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(

(

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