Sunday

March 1, 2015

March 1, 2015

Posted by **Brittney** on Sunday, May 22, 2011 at 9:45pm.

1) 1/x^2

Vertical Asym.:?

Domain:?

Horizontal asym.: y=0

2) x^2/1

Vertical Asym.:?

Domain:?

Horizontal asym.: none

THANKS!

- Advance Algebra (Graphing) -
**MathMate**, Monday, May 23, 2011 at 9:14amThe answers for the horizontal asymptotes are correct.

Hints for the remainder:

1. All polynomials have a domain of R, or (-∞,∞).

2. Horizontal asymptotes are finite values to which the function approaches when x→±∞.

3. Vertical asymptotes for a rational function (i.e. polynomials in both numerator and denominator) occur when the denominator equals zero.

4. The domain of a rational function is therefore (-&infin,∞)-points at which vertical asymptotes occur.

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

check my precalc - #1. (3x^3-4x^2-3x+4)/(x^3-5x) my answers: y-int: NONE x-int: ...

Precalc - #1. (3x^3-4x^2-3x+4)/(x^3-5x) my answers: y-int: NONE x-int: 1, -1, ...

Math - Domain and Asymptotes - Given the following rational function: f(x) = (x^...

precalculus - given the following rational function f(x)= x^2+5x-7 / x-4 state ...

Pre-Cal - Give the domain of the function and identify any vertical or ...

Pre-Cal - Give the domain of the function and identify any vertical or ...

Pre-Cal(Please help) - Give the domain of the function and identify any vertical...

algebra - For each of the rational functions find: a. domain b. holes c. ...

calculus--please check - analyze the graph of the function f(x)=x^2+x-90/x+3 a. ...

calculus--please check - analyze the graph of the function f(x)=x^2+x-90/x+3 a. ...