x = 10 - t^2, y = t^3 - 12t Need both vertical and horizontal asymptotes. The book gives the following answers: Horizontal: (6, +-16) Vertical: (10, 0) But I have no clue how to derive them.
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Originally Posted by Brandong954 x = 10 - t^2, y = t^3 - 12t Need both vertical and horizontal asymptotes. The book gives the following answers: Horizontal: (6, +-16) Vertical: (10, 0) But I have no clue how to derive them. Figured it out, just have to find when dy/dt and dx/dt are zero.
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