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Isn't it impossible to have a horizontal asymptote and a slant asymptote in one function/graph?

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What would be the equation?
zarkon there would be a "mirror" on the other side, making it not a function.

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does it matter..it is a function that has a horizontal and slant asymptote you can easily construct a piece-wise function that does this
it passes the vertical line test...it is a function
oh I was under the impression it had to be a rational function. piecewise would work, yes.
if it is a rational function then no it can't be done
though nothing was mentioned in the OP about rational functions
yeah, i figured. just memory which made me think he did, since this is a common question on rational functions.

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