Although technically, if the numerator and denominator are simultaneously zero at a point, it is possible that there is no vertical asymptote there; it depends on the multiplicity of the factors.
Wow I feel like an idiot. Thanks. Is this explained alright?
Describe the condition that will produce a rational function with a graph that has no vertical asymptote.
Rational functions with no rational zeroes will have no vertical asymptote, so an equation like x^2+1 would be a rational function with no vertical asymptotes.
Is that right?
has no vertical asymptotes.