8 f(x)= ------ +4 x -8 what is the equations of the asymptotes of f thank you in advance i need this urgently
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Originally Posted by AIDEN 8 f(x)= ------ +4 x -8 what is the equations of the asymptotes of f If this is your equation: Then, there is only one asymptote at
Hi ! Originally Posted by AIDEN 8 f(x)= ------ +4 x -8 what is the equations of the asymptotes of f There's a vertical asymptot at x=8 (this will be the equation of the asymptot actually...) and when x tends to infinity (both sides), there is an horizontal asymptot. Edit : fasters !
Originally Posted by Moo Hi ! There's a vertical asymptot at x=8 (this will be the equation of the asymptot actually...) and when x tends to infinity (both sides) Edit : fasters ! Edit: Had trouble untying OP's original function. Missed the 8.
Originally Posted by masters Edit: Had trouble untying OP's original function. Missed the 8. Yah, not clear
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