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Activity 10Name2.7 Rational FunctionsVertical Asymptotesoccur where the denominator of a reduced rational function is 0.1. Find the vertical asymptotes off(x) =x+2(x-2)x:Asymptotes atx= 2 andx= 02. Find the vertical asymptotes off(x) =2x2+2x-5x2-1:3. Find the vertical asymptotes off(x) =2x3+2(x-2)x:4. Find the vertical asymptotes off(x) =(x+2)(x-3)x3-x:Horizontal Asymptotesmay occur in a rational functionf(x) =anxn+an-1xn-1+···+a0bmxm+bm-1xm-1+···+b0.Ifn > m, there are no horizontal asymptotes (the function goes to±∞asx→ ∞) Ifn=m,there is an asymptote atanbm. Ifn < m, there is an asymptote at 0.1. Find the horizonal asymptotes off(x) =x+2(x-2)x: top degree =1, bottom degree=2asymptote at 02. Find the horizonal asymptotes off
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Term
Spring
Professor
Hubbard
Tags
Asymptotes, Rational Functions, Fraction, Rational function

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