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i wasnt expecting it since it wasnt in our test review but it was in the section
impress your math teacher, call vertical asymptotes "poles"
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the question was on the test
it stated whast the vertical horizontal and oblique,,im like..that wasnt on the review
whats the easiest way to learn them
we did long division for that one
yeah that will work
if you divide say a polynomial of degree 2 by a polynomial of degree 1, you will get a quotient and a remainder
the quotient will be a polynomial of degree 1 (a line)
that is the slant or oblique asymptote
everything is pretty much a blur since i took calculus once a year ago...
im trying to get back on my feet and focus more but the easier problems give me more trouble than the hard ones..lol