Determine function graphic's asymptotes.
The verical asymptotes occuer at the zero's of the denominator
so we get
It does not have any horizontal asymptotes because the degree of the numerator is larger than the denominator.
It does have a slant asymptote( the degree of the numerator is one larger than the denominator) This can be calculated by dividing the denominator into the numerator. (long division)
Or by this trick
So the slant asymptotes is
For vertical Asymptote, Denominator = 0
Vertical asymptote (VA) are x = -2, and x = 2
The degree of Numerator is one more than Denominator, so, it will also have linear-oblique asymptote.
Divide Numerator with Denominator, using long division.
long divide polynomials
Since is answer, so the linear-oblique asymptote (LOA) is
See graph attached. The green lines show asymptote.