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# Find the horizontal asymptote of the graph of 7x^4 +8x+3 / -7x^3-x+3?

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- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
There is no horizontal asymptote. The asymptote would be oblique or slant.

- raguelLv 44 years ago
For horizontal asymptote, you verify out the "degree" (the utmost potential) of the denominator and numerator. permit the degree of numerator be m, and denominator is n. If m>n (your case), no horizontal asymptote. If m=n, then horizontal asymptote is on the coefficient of numerator over coefficient of denominator. If m<n, then horizontal asymptote is at y=0

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