Describe the behavior to the left ad right of any vertical asymptote.
I'm using a computer other than my own (no access to mine), so I can't graph anything online.
You're right on both accounts. You got the equation right.
Why did I want a graph? Oh, now I know why. Still, I need to be able to do it without a graph.
Right hand: lim as x--> infinity f(x)/g(x) = 1
Left hand: lim as x--> - infinity f(x)/g(x) = 1
For the right, after expanding the equation
We have as the right,
Guess: and as the left, though no understanding how to prove, if even right.
Augh, this should be easy!!
Does it have to do with this?
Definition: A polynomial function (real) can be expressed in the form:
Our teacher, for some odd reason, didn't teach this, but it looks important since it was the first thing on the "Introduction to Calculus Tutorial" sticky on the Calculus board.