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What is the equation of the oblique asymptote?

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answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom :)
Choice C

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why is it C?? :) can u pls explain? :)
long run behavior would be y=x^2/x that would equal y=x
so my answer is 100% C?? y=x ??
you would use either long division or synthetic division, but you wouldn't get choice C
wait so my answer ISNT C? :O
My mistake..I misread
It is not C
okay, so whats my answer then?? :/
what do you get when you use long division
idk :/
of the original equation? h(x)=..? that one?
yes, but what is h(x) equal to
umm lemme solve it,,
all we care about is the quotient (the remainder is incorrect, but that's not really important here)
the quotient is what
so x-5 ?
so my answer is D. y= x-5 ??
and that's your answer
omg!! yay :) thx!! :)
omg!! yay :) thx!! :)

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