What are the asymptotes of the graph of y=1/x+3-4? I know one asymptote is -3, but is the other one -4 or 4?

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What are the asymptotes of the graph of y=1/x+3-4? I know one asymptote is -3, but is the other one -4 or 4?

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HI!!
is it \[y=\frac{1}{x+3}-4\]?

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ok then you got the "vertical asymptote" right
I know one asymptote is x= -3, but I can't decide if the next one y= -4 or just 4. @misty1212
it would be \(x=-3\) like you said you can see the horizontal asymptote with your eyes
it is \(y=-4\) the minus sign does not go away
Ok! Thank you so much! @misty1212
as \(x\to \infty\) you have \[y=\overbrace{\frac{1}{x+3}}^{\text{ this stuff goes away}}-4\]
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