There's no real x such that f(x)=5/3, which is the horizontal asymptote.
Hi, I've got a question here and I've got to show that a function is not surjective.
To do this I've got to find a value that the function cannot equal, but I'm not sure how to do this, is trail and error the right way or is there a more formal approach?
Here's the actual function:
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Thanks in advance