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Use limits to determine the equations for all horizontal asymptote.

y = (sqrt(x2+9)/(sqrt(9 x2+1))

Step 1

The given function is

Step 2

To find the equation for horizontal asymptotes using the definition of limit.

Step 3

The horizontal asymptote for the given function can be evaluated by taking the limit of the function at positive and negative infinity. Therefore, from (1)

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