What are the asymptotes of the function graphed below?

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C

Step-by-step explanation:

Asymptote is basically a line that the graph approaches but NEVER cuts/crosses.

Remember, x = a where a is a constant is an equation of a vertical line and x = b, where b is a constant, is the equation of a horizontal line.

Looking at the graph, we can see that the curve doesn't cross an imaginary line at  x = 0, this is a vertical asymptote.Also, we can see that the curve doesn't cross an imaginary line at y = -2, this is a horizontal asymptote.

Looking at the answer choices, the choice C is right.



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