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, then the right end of the graph goes down. If there is not a horizontal asymptote, then determine the leftend behavior by computing
Use the technique of identifying dominant terms. If If . , then the left end of the graph goes up.
, then the left end of the graph goes down. Part 2: Analyze the factored form of the function.
Determine the effect that each factor will have on the graph of the function. If a factor of the form
intercept at . A factor of the form will c...
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 Winter '11
 JamesShirey
 Calculus, YIntercept, Limit of a function, horizontal asymptote

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