Answer to Question #4797 in Calculus for adriana
x^2 | x+2| for x<-2
(2/x)+1 for -2 <or= x < 0
3 for x=o
(sinx/x) for x>0
describe all asymptotes of F (vertical and horizontal)
The line x=a is a vertical asymptote of the function if at least one of the following statements is true:
Function is defined everywhere except x=0
Let’s find limit
Therefore we have the vertical asymptote x=0
Horizontal asymptotes are horizontal lines that the graph of the function approaches as
Therefore we have the horizontal asymptote y=1
When a linear asymptote is not parallel to the x- or y-axis, it is called an oblique asymptote or slant asymptote.
A function f(x) is asymptotic to the straight line
Under the function schedule we see that others asymptotes are not present.
In other points it isn’t asymptotes because there function is continuous.
We have two asymtotes x=0(vertical) and y=1(horizontal).
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