I need help finding the asymptotes of the following equations:
#1: y = 2^(x^2 -1) +3
I believe that this has no asymptotes. I graphed it (even though I'm not supposed to use my calculator) and all I get is s parabala and I believe that there can be any x or y value so is it true that there are no asymptotes in this equation??
#2: y = log base 8 of (x^2 -4) + 1
I don't know how to find the asymptotes of this one??
#3 y = log(1/(x-6))
I think x=6 is an asymptote cause it is in the denominator of the fraction. Are there any others???
THANK SOOO MUCH!!!