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Describe Irrational functions and explain how to calculate asymptotes.

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fianlly....now i can answer
you can calculate for vertical asymptote by equating y to infinity and solving for x...usually this happens in rational expressions only
rational expressions/functions are expressions/functions with a variable in the denominator

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so vertical asymptotes will happen when there is an x in the denominator...im thinking horizontal asymptotes will happen when there is a y in the denominator
would you like an example?
Yes ................
i'll give a simple one y = 1/x you'll notice that if x = 0 then y would be undefined..you have discussed that right?
i mean that 1/0 is undefined..you know that right?
Thanks @lgbasallote now I am going for the Lunch BRB after lunch.
well i have to go as well ^_^ but i assume you know the rest
from my example x = 0 (a.k.a. the y-axis) is the vertical asymptote
horizontal asymptotes will appear in 1/y = x just do the same process

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