How to Find Oblique Asymptotes
When graphing functions, it is not unusual to encounter a line that your graph might near but never touch or cross. Such a line is called an asymptote. The asymptote can be vertical, horizontal or oblique (slanted). These asymptotes are visual...
A slant (oblique) asymptote occurs when the polynomial in the numerator is a
higher degree than the polynomial in the denominator. To find the slant
This algebra lesson explains how to find horizontal and slant (oblique)
asymptotes when graphing rational functions.
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Jun 16, 2009 ... How to do long division to find the oblique asymptote of a rational function.
Uses worked examples to demonstrate how to recognize and find vertical,
horizontal, and slant asymptotes, along with the domain of a function.
As an aside, you should note that all of the horizontal and slant asymptote rules ...
you're always using long division to find the horizontal or slant asymptote.
You can find the equation of the oblique asymptote by dividing the numerator of
the function rule by the denominator and using the first two terms in the quotient ...
Vertical asymptotes are fairly easy to find. Horizontal and slant asymptotes are a
bit more complicated, though. Not actually complicated, but they require a little ...
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Find an oblique, horizontal, or vertical asymptote of any equation using this ...