Mathematics
ColeneEadens
2016-04-20 20:22:57
All the limit statements for horizontal and vertical asymptotes. F(x)=(2x+4)/(x-1)
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Bis
2016-04-20 21:48:45

The vertical asymptote occurs when you approach division by zero, in the case the vertical line x=1. The horizontal asymptote occurs as x approaches infinity... Divide all terms by x in F(x)... (2x/x+4/x)/(x/x-1/x) and let x approach infinity (2+0)/(1-0) 2/1 2 So the horizontal asymptote is about the horizontal line y=2

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