hkmiu
  • hkmiu
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/649-04-05-00-00_files/i0220000.jpg Can someone tell me how to find the slant asymptote of this if it has one? I tried long division and I don't think it has one .......
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I not sure but i think it dont have one
hkmiu
  • hkmiu
The degree in the numerator is higher than the degree in the denominator. Therefore, it creates a slant asymptote right? If the degree was the same, then it would be a horizontal asymptote. But is there such thing as no horizontal or slant asymptote at all?

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