How can I find the slant asymptote of f(x)= x^3 / x^2 +1
Thanks for any help!
Provided the respective limits exists, the line is a slant asymptote in the zone to the function , when:
Do as above for for asymptotes in the zone.
You can also find slant asymptotes of rational functions (like yours) by long polynomial division, but the above method works for a larger kind of functions.
Tonio