Explains how to use long division to find slant (or 'oblique') asymptotes.
This algebra lesson explains how to find horizontal and slant (oblique)
asymptotes when graphing rational functions.
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
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 ...
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Jun 16, 2009 ... How to do long division to find the oblique asymptote of a rational function.
Aug 1, 2010 ... Get the free "Asymptote Calculator" widget for your website, blog, ... Find an
oblique, horizontal, or vertical asymptote of any equation using this ...
A horizontal asymptote is a special case of a slant asymptote. A ”recipe” for
finding a horizontal asymptote of a rational function: Let deg N(x) = the degree of
In Lesson 7.1 you found vertical and horizontal asymptotes of a rational function.
... You can find the equation of an oblique asymptote by converting the rational ...
If you find asymptotes interesting, though...keep on reading! You'll want to start a
new worksheet called 05-Slant Asymptotes before you proceed with the rest of ...
Here, we are going to focus on oblique asymptotes. When a linear asymptote is
not ... To find Oblique Asymptote of a rational function,. Step 1 : Divide the ...