You don't need to answer all the questions one is enough. I need this by tomorrow morning if possible.

How do I find all the asymptotes (oblique, vertical, horizontal) of this function?

(3x-2)/(square root of (2x^2 + 1))? Am I supposed to rationalize the denominator because I can't seem to do it?

Also this is kinda hard to explain but I need to find the point marked on this picture that uses the shortest combined length of lines. Disregard the faint stuff in the background. The measurements are 5 ft, 12 ft, and 3 ft.

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The second part of the question is that if the line on the left costs double the price of the line of the right then where should the point be?

Final question is a plane is going to take off. It is taxiing along at 1 ft/s before it speeds up at a constant acceleration. If it takes 900 ft to take off and takes off at a velocity of 93 ft/s, then what is the acceleration function, velocity function, and position function?

Thanks