Calculus
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If f(x)= (1cosx)/x and g(x)= 2/x on the interval (0,infinity), how would you identify all vertical asymptotes of f and g?

Calculus 
Steve
vertical asymptotes where the denominator is zero and the numerator is not.
f has one at x=0
g has one at x=0
wolframalpha.com will draw their graphs.
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