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anonymous

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does anyone know hot to calculate vertical and horizontal asymptotes?

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  1. anonymous
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    the asymptote is very easy to figure acute. there's no need for a specific calculation. When you plug in a limit in a graphing calculator, do you notice that the function doesn't increase anymore at a certain point? here, ill give you an example, if you have a graphing calculator.

  2. anonymous
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    the asymptote is very easy to figure out*

  3. anonymous
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    http://www.purplemath.com/modules/asymtote.htm

  4. anonymous
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    vertical asymptotes are values x=c such that lim(x appr. c) f(x) = +- infinity

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    great and helpful website that explains vertical asymptote easily

  6. anonymous
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    and here's the same website explaining horizontal asymptote : http://www.purplemath.com/modules/asymtote2.htm

  7. anonymous
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    horizontal asymptoes are values y=L such that lim(x approaches +- infinity) = L

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    thank you so much for those websites, very helpful!

  9. anonymous
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    no problem :DD

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