Dalia S.

asked • 02/07/14

indicate which kind of asymptote it is

For the following functions, use "x" to indicate that the x-axis is an asymptote, "h" to indicate a horizontal asymptote other than the x-axis, "v" to indicate a vertical asymptote, "s" to indicate a slanted asymptote, and "n" the lack of an asymptote. If the graph of a function has several types of asymptotes indicate them all in alphabetical order.
f(x)= x/(x-1)2
f(x)=x2/(x-1)2
f(x)=x3/(x-1)2
f(x)=x2/x2+1
 

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Steve S. answered • 02/07/14

Tutoring in Precalculus, Trig, and Differential Calculus

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