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How do you find the horizontal and vertical asymptotes of a function?

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  1. malexander
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    Vertical Asymptotes are the zeros in the denominator (if theres a fraction) Horizontal Asymptotes is the limit of whatever function you have as x approaches infinity.

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    really depends on the function are you talking about a rational function one polynomial divided by another, or some other kind of function?

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