yeah it is y = x -2
I can't think of a way to do this with limits, since both x and y go to +- infinity.
I am asked to find the asymptotes of
One of these is x=-2 , but when I try to arrive at the other asymptote, I get differing answers depending on the method I use.
First I tried to simplify the function
Looking at this it seems that when x approaches infinity, the function f(x) approaches the asymptote y=x.
However, if I use long division of polynomials of nested synthetic division I always get that the function will approach y=x-2.
Can someone please help me figure out what I'm doing wrong?