I can't seem to find an irrational function with the 2 horizontal asymptotes y=1 and y=5. I've looked everywhere and tried all I know, I keep getting 2 asymptotes that the contrary of each...
I can't seem to find an irrational function with the 2 horizontal asymptotes y=1 and y=5. I've looked everywhere and tried all I know, I keep getting 2 asymptotes that the contrary of each...
Without using technology, to graph (x^2+x-2)/ (2x-4)
y=(2x)/(√(x^2-5x+6)) How do you get one side to be >-2 and the other >2 This is for Grade 12 Advanced Functions.
Let f(x)= 6x^2-6 x^2-7x+10 (a) Write f(x) with the numerator and denominator completely factored. (b)...
Let f(x)= 2x-18 x-5 a) state the domain b) state the horizontal asymptote. c) state the vertical asymptote(s). ...
Find the vertical, horizontal, and oblique asymtotes, if any , for the following rational function. T(x)=x^3/x^4-81 ?
f(x) = (3x4+12x3+3x2+4x+9)/(1x4+4x3+4x2-2x+6) what is the equation of the horizontal asympotote y=? does the graph f(x) intersect its horizontal asymptote...