Graph: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x - 2}\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x^2 - 2x}\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x^2 + 5x + 6}\)

Graph, then find the domain: \(y = \dfrac{-2}{x + 1} - 4\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{2}{x - 4} + 2\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{-3}{x + 1} - 4\)

Graph, then find the domain and range: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x + 3} - 3\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{-1}{x + 5} - 6\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x - 2} + 4\)

Find the domain: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x + 3}\)

Graph, then find the domain: \(y = \dfrac{-2}{x + 5}\)

Graph, then find the \(x\)-intercepts, domain, and range: \(y = \dfrac{3}{x - 1} + 2\)

Graph, then find the the domain and range: \(y = \dfrac{-2}{x - 3}\)

Graph, then find the \(x\)-intercepts, domain, and range: \(y = \dfrac{3}{x - 1} + 2\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{6}{x - 1}\)

Find the domain: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x - 1}\)

Graph. Then find the intercepts, if any. Then find the domain and range.

$$y = \dfrac{-4}{x}$$
Graph: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x - 1} - 4\)

Graph: \(y = \dfrac{1}{x - 2} + 3\)

Find the asymptotes. Then find the intercepts, if any. Then find the domain and range.

$$y = \dfrac{1}{x - 3} + 1$$Find the asymptotes. Then find the intercepts, if any. Then find the domain and range.

$$y = \dfrac{3x - 2}{x - 1}$$Graph the function. Then find the asymptotes. Then find the intercepts, if any. Then find the domain and range.

$$y = \dfrac{x + 5}{x^2 + 4x - 5} - 2$$