Zenmo
  • Zenmo
Find vertical asymptotes of the curve. (Calculus Limits, Question #9)
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Zenmo
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anonymous
  • anonymous
looks like some webassign business
anonymous
  • anonymous
set the denominator equal to zero and solve

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i.e. solve \[x^2-4x=0\] 0 is one answer, there is another
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
is \[x^2-x^4\] factorable?
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops i made a typo yes \[x^2-x^4=0\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is definitely factorable since both terms have a common factor of \(x^2\)
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
\[(x+x^2)(x-x^2)\]
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
\[is (x-x^2) factorable \]
anonymous
  • anonymous
factor out the common factor of \(x^2\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
now whatever you did
anonymous
  • anonymous
*not whatever you did
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
Ok, I got it. Just had a brain fart. Thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yw on line class?
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
Online homework, but class is on school campus
anonymous
  • anonymous
your horizontal asymptote is right, it is \(y=-1\)
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
Yea, I didn't submit the new answers to the questions yet
Zenmo
  • Zenmo
I'll be here on openstudy until the next sunrise, still got tons of homework questions left.

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