Since the denominator is always positive and is continous everywhere, f(x) is continuous for any x. So, 3) is correct.
How about trying the others yourself?
In the picture you can see the Function. is known that a,b are Positive.
who from the Following Finding are correct ?(can be more than one )
1)Y=a/b is an Horizontal Asymptotic for the f Graph
2)there is no any vertical Asymptotic for this Function
3)f(x) are Continuous for any x
4)f(x) are Rising for any x
thanks.
well tell me if i correct if a,b is positive and i know e^x are always Rising up so i think 4 is correct.
can you help me to find the Derivative ? than i will can find if 1 and 2 are correct.
I just know that for the Function e^x there is no any vertical Asymptotic but here is not the same case Exactly.
thank you.