quick questions, how would i find the vertical asymptotes of r(x) = 1/(a-(x-b)^2) thanks for the help
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mathlete, I believe you find the values of x that makes the denominator zero. Write back if you need more. Best, m_s_d
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Originally Posted by mathlete quick questions, how would i find the vertical asymptotes of r(x) = 1/(a-(x-b)^2) thanks for the help For what value(s) of x does the denominator equal zero? -Dan
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