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# Using the following table of values for the rational functions f, s, and h. \begin{matrix} \text{x} & \text{-10000} & \text{-1000} & \text{-100} & \

Rational functions

Using the following table of values for the rational functions f, s, and h. $$\begin{matrix} \text{x} & \text{-10000} & \text{-1000} & \text{-100} & \text{100} & \text{1000} & \text{10000}\ \text{f(x)} & \text{-10001.9997} & \text{-1001.9970} & \text{-101.9694} & \text{97.9706} & \text{997.9970} & \text{9997.9997}\ \text{g(x)} & \text{-6.0004} & \text{-6.0040} & \text{-6.0404} & \text{-5.9604} & \text{-5.9960} & \text{-5.9996}\ \text{h(x)} & \text{-0.0005} & \text{-0.0050} & \text{-0.0506} & \text{0.0496} & \text{0.0050} & \text{0.0005}\ \end{matrix}$$
Based rule that defines the functions f, g, and h. How does the degree of the numerator compare to the degree of the denominator, (e.g., greater than, less than, or equal to.)?