# SOLUTION: Can someone help me solve this problem asap? 1. Find the horizonal and vertical asymptotes of the following. Type "none" if the function does not have an asymptote. A.f(x)=2x-3/x

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 115406: Can someone help me solve this problem asap? 1. Find the horizonal and vertical asymptotes of the following. Type "none" if the function does not have an asymptote. A.f(x)=2x-3/x^2+2 answer____________ Horizonal________ Vertical:____________ B. g(x)= 5x/x-1 Answer__________ Horizonal:________ Vertical_______ Thank you dearlyAnswer by MathLover1(6614)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!By definition, is a straight line continually approaching but never meeting a curve, or a line whose distance to a given curve tends to zero. An asymptote may or may not intersect its associated curve. 1. The asymptotes come from the zeroes of the denominator, so we need to set the denominator equal to and solve. =+- This has . Since the denominator has no zeroes, then and the domain is "all x". Since the degree is greater in the denominator than in the numerator, the will be dragged down to the, and is therefore "". Since I have found a horizontal asymptote, I don't have to look for a slant asymptote. Then the full answer is: domain: all vertical asymptotes: horizontal asymptote: (the ) slant asymptote: 2. The is at . set the denominator and set it equal to : => a for this is... --> ... --> -->... -->