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fine a equation f(x) that has a vertical asymptotes of X=1and X=3 and a horizontal asymptotes of Y=1

A) (x-1)(x-3) / y-1 = x^2-4x+3 / x-1

OR

B) (x-1) /(x-1)(x-3) = just the oppsite of above

is any of these correct?

I think B is correct but right now I can't find any info on it in my book

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# Vertical asymptotes

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