You can tell me why this graph behaves in such a way, how to calculate it's period, why the period is becoming infinite when \(x\) approaches \(-\infty\), etc.

In other words, tell me everything you can know about the properties of the graph.

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It's obvious that there's no period.

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Okay, there's no period, but can you tell me why is the graph becoming compact, when \(x\) becomes more negative?

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