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The Horizontal Assymptote for the graph of f(x) = (6x3 +2x + 5)/(x31) is the horizontal line with equation y=___

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Steve
as x gets huge, the lower powers become insignificant, and you are left with
y = 6x^3/x^3 = 6
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