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#5 More complicated rational functions:
#13 If the highest power of x on the bottom is larger than
The highest power of x on the top, then y=0 is always the
Horizontal asymptote. 3.7 Page 3 Rule: If the numerator of a rational function f(x) if of smaller
degree than the denominator (as in the previous examples, and
#1, #3), then the xaxis (line y=0) is the horizontal asymptote.
The vertical asymptotes are found in the usual way.
If both are of...
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2013 for the course STAT 1001 taught by Professor Graziosi during the Fall '08 term at Temple.
 Fall '08
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