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combine like terms
?? Ok I'm confused
6x-6 WHY ARE U YELLING?!
BUT WHAT IS THE DISCONTUNITY?
OPPS I READ IT WRONG
LET ME ASK MY LIL SIS
no chooses ?
nope. They're just graphs and I don't know how to send'em
Ok. I will try
yea we need the graph
hold on guys
Ok, ask him to attach the graphs bcuz it won't work for me
can someone graph 4x^2+16/ 2x-4 for me?
Nope. we have 2 different questions
oh hold plese
he'll help u in a min
Can u help me find the disconuinty or graph it?
ok... so this graph has 2 asymptotes the vertical asymptote is when 2x + 65 = 0 and there is an oblique asymptote which can be found using polynomial division of synthetic division.
here you goo ! :)
So what would the graph look like?
so you need a vertical asymptote... you can find it by solving 2x + 65 = 0 the denominator can't be zero... and the value that makes it zero is the asymptote can you find it..?
I haven't learned that yet. That's my next lesson. This lesson is on discontinuities :(
ok... then if you haven't done it you really can't do the question... have you done polynomial division or synthetic division...?
but just as an exercise what value of x makes 2x + 65 = 0
Um..idk? Kinda slow in math
well here is the 1st step... subtract 65 from both sides of the equation 2x = -65 now solve for x
great so the curve will look like |dw:1436229958265:dw|
so the next part is the oblique asymptote |dw:1436230021718:dw| do the division the quotient will be the oblique asymptote that you would need to draw
hold on please