The vertical asymptotes (and any restrictions on the domain) come from the
zeroes of the denominator, so I'll set the denominator equal to zero and solve.
Horizontal asymptotes are approached by the curve of a function as x goes
towards infinity. Calculate their value algebraically and see graphical examples
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This algebra lesson explains how to find the vertical asymptotes when ... Set the
denominator = 0 and solve. This is like finding the bad spots in the domain.
This graph follows a horizontal line ( red in the diagram) as it moves out of the
system to the left or right. This is a horizontal asymptote with the equation y = 1.
The equations of the vertical asymptotes can be found by finding the roots of q(x).
Completely ignore the numerator when looking for vertical asymptotes, only ...
determining the limit at infinity or negative infinity is the same as finding the
location of the horizontal asymptote. Here's what you do. First, note the degree of
Using this concept, we define what is meant by a horizontal asymptote. After
working ... We can use this theorem to calculate limits of rational functions.
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If you are given a rational function, you can find the vertical asymptote by setting
the denominator to zero and solving the equation. Find the horizontal asymptote