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If these of your functions

s(x) = (x - 1)^{1/2 }+ 3

x must be 1 or greater because the square root for a negative number does not exist in the set of real numbers

y will always be 3 or greater

your plot starts at x = 1

your plot starts at y = 3

your plot starts at (1,3) and keeps increasing based your positive input of x values

t(x) = -1/(x +3)^{2}

Negative 3 is a vertical asymptote since it yields division by zero and the y value of your function will always be less than zero, because of the negative sign, and anything squared in the denominator yields a postive number, but a negative/positive is always a negative check it at x = -4