## College Algebra (10th Edition)

When $x=0$, the given function is undefined (because division of zero is not allowed). This means that the function has a vertical asymptote of $x=0$. The value of $f(x)$ will never be zero so its horizontal asymptote is $y=0$. Create a table of values to obtain the ones in the table below. Then, plot each ordered pair and connect the points using a smooth curve. Take note that the graph has $x=0$ and $y=0$ as asymptotes. (Refer to the graph above.)