Posted by **sarah** on Sunday, July 15, 2007 at 6:21pm.

find the eq to the graph for the horizontal asymtote of y= 3 - x+b/x-c

my guess is that it would be 2 b/c bringing the 3 to the other side would make it -1. and -x over x is also -1 is this right?

yes.

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