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Asymptotes* Looks like there is both a vertical and horizontal asymptote along the axes.
So we could say that there is an asymptote along the y-axis. Or another way to say that, in equation form is: along the line x=0. How bout the other one? Do you see the equation we can write for that one? :)

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y=0?
yay good job \c:/
thank you very much :)

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