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Yahoo Answer Illustration 04-24

The blue dotted lines are the vertical asymptotes for the excluded values of x=-3 and x=4 The red circle is a "removable" asymptote at x=-1 (it would make the denominator of the first expression 0 before the multiplication) There is also an oblique asymptote, but you probably don't have to worry about that in Algebra II