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You can put this solution on YOUR website! f(x) = (**8x** - **12**)/(4x - 2) coefficient of
numerator/coefficient of denominator 8/4 = f(x) 2 = f(x) is your **horizontal** ...

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It takes a **function** and calculates horizontal and **vertical asymptotes**. ... To **find**
**vertical asymptotes**, it sets the denominator to zero and solve it. ... the
denominator are the same then this **rational** has a non-zero (non-x-axis)
**horizontal asymptote**.

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You can expect to **find horizontal asymptotes** when you are plotting a **rational**
**function**, such as: y=x3+2x2+92x3−**8x**+3. They occur when the graph of the ...

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Compute asymptotes of a function or curve and compute vertical, horizontal,
oblique, ... **find** asymptotes of a curve given by an equation ... **vertical asymptotes**
(x^5 - **12x**^3 + 9x)/(x^3 - 4x) ... compute polynomial asymptotes of a **rational**
**function**.

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Created by Sal Khan, CK-**12** Foundation. ... There are 3 types of **asymptotes**:
**vertical**, **horizontal**, and **oblique**. .... how would you write **rational functions** from a
graph or sata like .... So there is no number that the ends will **get** closer… ... the
magnitude of f(x) = (ax^2)/(bx)? (ax^3)/(bx^2)? (ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d)/(ex^2 + **fx** +
g)?.

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Created by Sal Khan, CK-**12** Foundation. .... I am assuming here that you are
talking about **oblique asymptotes** of **rational functions** and ... First you **determine**
whether you have a proper **rational function** or improper one. ..... Ex: y = x^**8/x**^9-
1

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Uses worked examples to demonstrate how to **find vertical asymptotes**. ... vertical
lines which correspond to the zeroes of the denominator of a **rational function**.

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**Find** the domain of the following **rational functions**. Write them in the form .... The
line y = c is called a **horizontal asymptote** of the graph of a function y = f(x) if as x
→ −∞ or ..... **12** months, or about 13 days, for 300 students to have had the flu. 3.