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**noork85** the problem is:

h(x)=x^2/x^2-3x+2

i need to identity the vertical and horizontal asymptote as well as the domain

so i got, horizontal asympt y=1

vertical asymptote = 2,1

and domain is all numbers except 2 and 1

to obtain the vertical asymptote i set the denominator to equal zero, but apprently i did something wrong somewhere because the answer says that the vertical asymptote CANNOT be 2. is there another way to obtain the vertical asymptote? can i use this method for all problems?

why can the vertical asymptote NOT be 2?

thanks!

thanks!