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Asked Jan 23, 2019
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find all vertical and horizontal asymptotes algerbraically, f(x)=3x^2-x+5/x^2-4

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Step 1

. Find all vertical and horizontal asymptotes algebraically, f(x)=3x^2-x+5/x^2-4

For calculating the vertical asymptotes:

  • It is the non-permissible value or restriction (from denominator equals to zero)

So, the vertical asymptote is x= -2

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Step 2

For calculating the horizontal asymptotes, we have three conditions:

Suppose the function is given as: axn+bxn-1+….. / cxm+dxm-1+….

  • If n<m, then y=0
  • If n>m, then no horizontal asymptote...
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