Posted by zach w on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 3:20pm.
q(x)=3x^211x4/5x^216x16
what are the
oblique
horizontal
vertical asyptote

college algebra  Reiny, Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 4:00pm
I assume you mean
q(x) = (3x^2  11x  4)/(5x^2  16x  16)
then
q(x) = (3x+1)(x4)/( (5x+4)(x4) )
= (3x+1)/(5x+4) , x ≠ 4
vertical asymptote : x = 4/5
horizontal ... : y = 3/5
no oblique
there is a "hole" at (4, 13/24)
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