Hey everybody, I learned a while back how to do slant asymptotes with polynomials, but I'm having trouble with finding the slant asymptote for: y = (e^x) - x ahh I feel so silly. Please help!
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Originally Posted by DarthPipsqueak Hey everybody, I learned a while back how to do slant asymptotes with polynomials, but I'm having trouble with finding the slant asymptote for: y = (e^x) - x ahh I feel so silly. Please help! Determine the limits of y if x is approaching or : that means there isn't any calculable limit. Since That means the graph of the function approaches the line y = -x if x approaches and that is your slanted asymptote.
Ah! I get it. Thanks so much! Appreciate the help
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