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onegirl

  • 2 years ago

What is the limit for this graph?

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  1. onegirl
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  2. onegirl
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    @phi can u help? @satellite73 ?

  3. onegirl
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    @zepdrix

  4. onegirl
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    umm can u help @dumbcow

  5. RyanL.
    • 2 years ago
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    As it approaches what?

  6. onegirl
    • 2 years ago
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    idk

  7. RyanL.
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    Then go find out

  8. onegirl
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    the original points where these

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  9. dumbcow
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    are you given a function? it looks like it has horizontal asymptote around 5 ??

  10. onegirl
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    yea the funtion is lim x-> x^2 + 1/ x -1

  11. dumbcow
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    \[\frac{x^{2} +1}{x-1}\] ?

  12. onegirl
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    yes

  13. dumbcow
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    in that case, some of the points are incorrect x=-2 --> (4+1)/(-2-1) = 5/-3

  14. onegirl
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    ohh so it will be -1.6?

  15. dumbcow
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    right

  16. onegirl
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    ok

  17. onegirl
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    so the graph is wrong?

  18. onegirl
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    so there is not limit here?

  19. onegirl
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    are u there @dumbcow ?

  20. onegirl
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    @Mertsj can u help

  21. Mertsj
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    Vertical asymptote at x = 1

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