So my precal assignment is asking me to find the vertical, horizontal, and oblique asymptotes.
I got to the following problem.
R(X) = 3x+5/x-6
Would the horizontal asymptote be y=3 & vertical asymptote be x=1?
First, what you wrote would normally be interpreted as 3x+ (5/x)- 6 but i suspect you mean (3x+ 5)/(x- 6). Yes, y= 3 is the only horizontal asymptote. But the vertical asymptote is NOT x= 1. How did you get that?