Posted by **lisa** on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at 3:32pm.

find the vertical asymptotes of the following rational function(remember VA is X) y=x+6/(x^2+11x+30 ) my answer is x+6/(x+6)(x+5) cancel alike term i get 1/(x+5 )and V.A:x=-5 is that right thanks

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