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Graph $f(x) = \frac{2}{(x - 3)}$ on the xy-plane by building a table of values. 1. How many values of x must I use to graph this function?2. Must I use the same amount of negative values of x as positive values of x to form an even number of points in the form (x, y)?3. Is graphing by hand an important skill to know considering that graphing calculators do the job for us?

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