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Find the horizontal asymptote of the graph of y= (-4x^6+6x+3)/8x^6+9x+3)

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My answer choices are: y=1 y=-1/2 y=0 There is no horizontal asymptote
Since the degree of the polynomial on top is the same as degree of the polynomial on bottom all you need to do is grab the coefficient of the term with highest exponent on both top and bottom
I think it is -1/2

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I don't understand that. That would mean that 3 is my answer?
Just kidding thats -4/8
-4/8
lol
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