Function = (X+2)\(X+1)
When X = -1 for a function, it says "ERROR" on the calculator.
So if this is an asymtote, doesn't that mean the range would be all real numbers as the values between -2 and -1 would reach infinity?
Can someone explain why this reasoning is wrong? The real answer is supposed to be all real numbers except 1.
This means that is a horizontal asymptote and can't be part of the range.
Do you understand?
Hope I helped you