11 Answered Questions for the topic Asymptote

03/13/17

f(x)=(x^2+3x+2)/(x-1)

GIVEN: f(x)=(x^2+3x+2)/(x-1)  domain:  vertical asymptote holes  horizontal asymptote  x-intercept  y-intercept graph the function

03/10/17

can fx have one vertical asymptote and one removable discontinuity

I don't understand 

05/23/16

How do I solve polynomials and write it in standard form? How do I find the vertical asymptote, the zeros, and the hole(in the graph)?

I have a project I have to do for math and I have to solve the polynomial f(x)= (x+1)(x-0)(x+3)/(x+2)(x-0)(x+0)(x-0).  It's a fraction.. Not division. Then i have to put it in expanded form, and... more

11/21/15

asymptote F(x)=7+9/(x-3)

horizontal asymptote of F(x)=7+9/(x-3)?

06/20/15

Horizonal Asymptote

If the horizontal asymptote is indeed y = 1/2, what happens to the drug's concentration as time passes? Is this desirable?

10/20/14

Horizontal asymptote?

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.

06/20/14

Solve the questions about the function

Suppose that  f(x)= (3x)/(x^2-49).  A.List all critical numbers of f. If there are no critical numbers, enter 'NONE'.  B.  Use interval notation to indicate where f(x) is decreasing.  C. List... more

02/07/14

find all the asymptotes

For the following functions, indicate that the x-axis is an asymptote, a horizontal asymptote other than the x-axis, a vertical asymptote, a slanted asymptote. Indicate as well if there is a lack... more

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... more

02/07/14

solve the function

Solve the function f(x)=(6x-6)(x+3)/(-6x-2)(3x-6) What are the vertical asymptotes? Give a list of the x-values of the asymptotes separated by commas. x= what are the horizontal... more

02/04/14

Find all the asymptotes

For the following functions, use "x" to indicate that the -axis is an asymptote, "h" to indicate a horizontal asymptote other than the x-axis, "v" to indicate a vertical asymptote, "s" to indicate... more

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