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(15x^2 - 7x - 2)/(x^2 - 4) find the horizontal asymptote

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For any horizontal asympotote you find the limit as x approaches the function at +,- Infinity.
but we need a number for this sheet, or it can be none @Dido525
Yep, If you find the limit you should get a number.

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@Dido525 do you know how to find the limit?
|dw:1355451398862:dw|
I do. You should know a few rules.
our teacher gave us 3 rules something like its no ha , its 0, or its a number , or none
|dw:1355451478700:dw| |dw:1355451566698:dw|
Where a and b are numerical coefficients in front of the polynomial.
For example:|dw:1355451667511:dw|
so 15/1 would be the coeffecients?
|dw:1355451703538:dw|
Yep!
but i put 15 down and she marked it wrong
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so is it 3/5 or 15
It's 15.
That was just an example.
i put 15 lol she marked it wrong,
You are correct. I don't know why she would mark it as incorrect.
SHE is wrong.
i put x = 15, would it be x = -15?
No just 15.
ok thanks, ill have to tell her
Cool.

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