A. Verticle asymtote at x=1, hole at x=0 holes at x=-1 and x=0, resembles y=x^2

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A. Verticle asymtote at x=1, hole at x=0 holes at x=-1 and x=0, resembles y=x^2

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How do I find the asymtotes of the functions y=x/x^2+2x+1 y=x-1/x^5-4x^3 y=5x^2-10x+1/x/2

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Fibonacci Sequence defneedby F1=1,F2=1 and Fn=Fn-1+Fn-2 Let o=(1+√5)/2

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