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kaylaprincess

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  1. anonymous
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    for WHAT?!?!?!?!

  2. kaylaprincess
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    It's either y = 0 or, y = x - 2

  3. kaylaprincess
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    not sure...

  4. anonymous
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    :'( i don't know this type of math.

  5. kaylaprincess
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    no worries.

  6. inkyvoyd
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    did you do polynomial/synthetic division? look at the remainder

  7. steve816
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    It's y = x-6

  8. steve816
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    oblique asymptotes can't be horizontal.

  9. kaylaprincess
    • one year ago
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    didn't think I could \[\frac{ (x-2)(x-2) }{ x }\]

  10. inkyvoyd
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    you factored that miserably wrong.

  11. kaylaprincess
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    jeeeezzz lol

  12. inkyvoyd
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    x^2-4x+8 doesn't have rational roots.

  13. kaylaprincess
    • one year ago
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    i know i know cause x + 2 is stuck together lol

  14. inkyvoyd
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    It does have complex roots, but that is beside the point. The proper way to do thsi problem is to do polynomial or synthetic division.

  15. inkyvoyd
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    what is x^2-4x+8 divided by x+2?

  16. kaylaprincess
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    synthetic <3

  17. kaylaprincess
    • one year ago
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    lemme do it right now :-)

  18. steve816
    • one year ago
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    You have to use synthetic division. Khan academy has a great video on it.

  19. kaylaprincess
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    im so dumb WHY did I not see to use synthetic division lolllll @ me this is embarrassing

  20. inkyvoyd
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    after doing the division you should come to the same conclusion as steve

  21. kaylaprincess
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    thank you everyone lol

  22. inkyvoyd
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    and I was wrong before, it is not the remainder you are interested in. it is the quotient.

  23. kaylaprincess
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    correctttt didnt catch that

  24. inkyvoyd
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    because for any remainder 1/(x^2-a) as x approaches infinity, the expression becomes zero and you are left with just the quotient.

  25. kaylaprincess
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    isnt this so fun

  26. inkyvoyd
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    or really 1/(polynomial in x)

  27. inkyvoyd
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    it is great review for me, surely :)

  28. kaylaprincess
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    got x -6! Thankkk you

  29. inkyvoyd
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    :)

  30. kaylaprincess
    • one year ago
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    need more coffee brain is failingg

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