what is the vertical and horizontal asymptote of (8x+1)/(4x-8)
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- anonymous

what is the vertical and horizontal asymptote of (8x+1)/(4x-8)
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- Hero

graph it

- anonymous

2 and 2 respectively. Refer to the attached plot.

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- anonymous

hey robtobey, thanks for the help. i have another question dealing with translation, can you help me please

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- anonymous

hey robtobey, is there a way i can mathematically solve this problem using steps. i dont own a graphing calculator and im going to have to perform a similar problem like this on a test

- anonymous

The horizontal comes from dividing the coefficient of x in the Numerator and the Denominator respectively.
The vertical is derived by setting the Numerator to zero and solving for x.

- anonymous

ok ok thanks

- anonymous

i have this other question

- anonymous

Go ahead.

- anonymous

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if i translate this graph using y=-f(x+2)+1...what would it look like

- anonymous

This is just a wild guess. The curve would be shifted right 2 and up 1.

- anonymous

like this?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

or this

- anonymous

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- anonymous

"The vertical is derived by setting the Numerator to zero and solving for x." is incorrect. Numerator should be replaced by Denominator, to obtain x so that there is division by zero.

- anonymous

are you talking about the last question

- anonymous

No, the original, (8x+1)/(4x-8).

- anonymous

Sorry, I am going to bail on your last question. It would take too long to do a real time google research to offer a solution in timely manner.

- TuringTest

...two left and up one to your last question

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