Hi all, For the ciurve : f (x ) = (x-1)^3 / (x+1)^2 Can I said that the line y = x -5 is its oblique asymtotes? seems this line y = x-5 intersect with f(x) in points between -1< x < 0
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Originally Posted by dimeola Hi all, For the ciurve : f (x ) = (x-1)^3 / (x+1)^2 Can I said that the line y = x -5 is its oblique asymtotes? seems this line y = x-5 intersect with f(x) in points between -1< x < 0 your answer is correct although i have no idea how you got it! there's a very easy way to find oblique (or slant) asymtotes: long division! we have: now since the oblique asymptote is
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