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what is the equation for the vertical asymptote of 5x^4-7/2x+3

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    I will assume you meant

    y = (5x^4 - 7)/(2x+3)

    There is a vertical asymptote when the denominator is zero, that is, ..
    2x+3 = 0
    x = -3/2 is the equation of that V.A.

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