anonymous
  • anonymous
does A=(0.01)(1.1^t/8) have an asymptote? why or why not?
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schrodinger
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regan
  • regan
yes A can never equal zero
anonymous
  • anonymous
but if the graph is always increasing even if it's by very small increments, is it still an asymptote?
regan
  • regan
the asymptote is horizontal ie A=0 there is no vertical asymptote

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ohhh ok. thanks!
regan
  • regan
no problem, if you drew it on an axis you would see that the line would never cross the x axis and it would grow without bound forever
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about something liek p(t)=100(4^t) where the graph would be vertical?
regan
  • regan
never ever ever ever ever. it would become very very steep for large values of t but it would never be completly vertical
anonymous
  • anonymous
so is that called an asymptote because it'll never reach 0. a vertical asymptote?

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