label the points of asymptote
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It doesn't have an asymptote
does making the limit x-->2 change that fact?
im just asking because the problem says to mark the asymptotes
No it just means that there is a 'hole' at x = 2.
Taking the limit as x approaches 2 would tell you what value would be at this 'hole'.
Nope try graphing it and see that it has no asymptote. It always a good to see things graphically as well as algebrically.
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