Find all the Asymptotes to the curve
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Originally Posted by varunnayudu Find all the Asymptotes to the curve . The equations of the vertical asymptote and the oblique asymptote should now be clear .....
Originally Posted by mr fantastic . The equations of the vertical asymptote and the oblique asymptote should now be clear ..... hw did u get this ........
Originally Posted by zorro hw did u get this ........ Divide 2x + 3 into x^2 - 2x + 1 using polynomial long division.
Originally Posted by varunnayudu Find all the Asymptotes to the curve 1. The equation of the vertical asymptote of : is the vertical asymptote. 2. The equation of the oblique asymptote of : The oblique asymptote is
Last edited by DeMath; January 12th 2009 at 12:40 PM.
Originally Posted by DeMath 1. The equations of the vertical asymptote of : is the vertical asymptote. 2. The equations of the oblique asymptote of : The oblique asymptote is I suspect that your method for #2 will confuse the OP. Dividing first is the best approach I think.
Sorry, what is OP? Is it Originally Posted?
Originally Posted by DeMath Sorry, what is OP? Is it Originally Posted? OP = Original Poster (the member who started the thread).
Originally Posted by mr fantastic I suspect that your method for #2 will confuse the OP. Why? Dividing first is the best approach I think. The method which I offered is an analytical method, it is written in many textbooks, and we can prove elementaryly this method.
Last edited by DeMath; January 5th 2009 at 02:01 PM.
Originally Posted by DeMath Why? The method which I offered is an analytical method, it is written in many textbooks, and we can prove elementaryly this method. Thanks DEMATH and also Mr fantastic cheers
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