Suppose that nx) 2×3-3x-X+ 2. Using only the theorem on bounds, find the smallest positive integer…

Suppose that nx) 2×3-3x-X+ 2. Using only the theorem on bounds, find the smallest positive integer that is an upper bound for the zeros of f(x) and find the largest negative integer that is a lower bound for the zeros of fx). Upper bound 2, lower bound -2 Upper bound 1, lower bound -2 Upper bound 2, Lower bound 1 Upper bound 3, Lower bound -2 Upper bound = 3, Lower bound #-2 Question 8 (10 points) Find all the vertical asymptotes of the rational function 2,2-x-12 22 +4x +3 f(x)- x =-1 x=-3 and x = 4 x 3 and x–1 X–3 Question 9 (10 points) Find the horizontal asymptote of the rational function Question 9 (10 points) Find the horizontal asymptote of the rational function 22 3-2 3-2 Question 10 (10 points) Saved Find (2c -5 8)(a 2)