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find the asymptotes for this y=xsqrt(9-x^2)

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\[y=x \sqrt{9-x^2}\]
I think there is an asymptote at x=0 and x=3 because that would make y=0
one at x=-3 too, sorry

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is this a horizontal or vertical
they are x coordinates, so they are verticle
x=0, x=3,x=-3 is also the x intercept right? i graph this on wolfram and it looks weird
No, I think what your looking at is the imaginary part of the graph beyond the asymptototes
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=xsqrt%289-x%5E2%29
heres the graph..im suppose to look at the blue right? sorry im not understanding this can you explain? please? i see the theres a local maxima and local minima on the blue also
you need to find the roots... x values in the axis that make the equation true in other words solve for x
sorry but your are looking for asymptotes... this do not have asymptotes
so no asymptotes? theres an inflection point at x = 0 right?

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