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The horizontal asymptotes of the curve

y=12x/(x4+1)^(1/4)

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    As x-> infinity, y -> 12

    That is a horizontal asymptote. I don't see any others.

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    Also, as x→-∞,
    y→-12.

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    Thanks mathmate! I should have seen that

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