not sure whether to solve for a quadratic or what exactly? any help would be much appreciated.
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Critical points for x are -145/40 (when f(x) is zero) and -32.5 (when f(x) is undefined, so x=-32.5 is the vertical asymptote). The horizontal asymptote is 40x/x=40, that is, y=40.

The fixed points of f(x) are when f(x)=x, so





x=(15±√(225+2320))/4=(15±50.448)/4=3.75±12.612=16.362,-8.862 approx.

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