y = 19 x (x4 +1)[1/4] How can I find the horizontal asymptotes? Can I apply L'Hopital's rule?
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Originally Posted by habibixox y = 19 x (x4 +1)[1/4] How can I find the horizontal asymptotes? Can I apply L'Hopital's rule? Your function is unintelligible. Please learn to use latex. Either that or use brackets, ^ for raising to a power etc.
[(19x)/((x^4 +1)^(1/4))] sorry.
Originally Posted by habibixox [(19x)/((x^4 +1)^(1/4))] sorry. To find a horizontal asymptote, you need to consider the limit . It is not difficult to prove that the limit is equal to 19. Therefore ....
I can use L'Hopitals rule right? Because it would be inf/inf?
I just guessed the answers in my online hw and got 19 and -19 as the answers. But honestly I don't know how to do that... can someone show me the steps please?
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