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- 1.What is a asymptote in math?
- 2.What is an asymptote example?
- 3.What is an asymptote in a graph?
- 4.What is an asymptote and how do you find it?
- 5.What is the asymptote calculator?
- 6.How do you find asymptotes in calculus?
- 7.How do you find the asymptote of a graph?
- 8.How do you find HA and VA?
- 9.How do you find ha?
- 10.How do you find holes?
- 11.What is an oblique asymptote?
- 12.How do you find a rational expression?
- 13.Who is the father of algebra?
- 14.Why do you think the denominator in a rational expression should not be zero?
- 15.What is the difference between a rational expression and equation?
- 16.What happens when the value of the denominator is zero?
- 17.What is the difference between radical and rational expressions?
- 18.What is the difference between fractions and rational algebraic expression?

asymptote, In mathematics, a line or curve that acts as the limit of another line or curve. For example, a descending curve that approaches but does not reach the horizontal axis is said to be asymptotic to that axis, which is the asymptote of the curve.

Example: Find the slant asymptote of y = (3x - 1) / (x + 2x). Let us divide 3x - 1 by x + 2x using the long division. Hence, y = 3x - 6 is the slant/oblique asymptote of the given function.

An asymptote is a line that a graph approaches without touching. If a graph has a horizontal asymptote of y = k, then part of the graph approaches the line y = k without touching it--y is almost equal to k, but y is never exactly equal to k.

The horizontal asymptote of a rational function can be determined by looking at the degrees of the numerator and denominator.

- Degree of numerator is less than degree of denominator: horizontal asymptote at y = 0.
- Degree of numerator is greater than degree of denominator by one: no horizontal asymptote; slant asymptote.

The asymptote calculator takes a function and calculates all asymptotes and also graphs the function. The calculator can find horizontal, vertical, and slant asymptotes.

A function f(x) will have the horizontal asymptote y=L if either limx→∞f(x)=L or limx→−∞f(x)=L. Therefore, to find horizontal asymptotes, we simply evaluate the limit of the function as it approaches infinity, and again as it approaches negative infinity.

How to Find Horizontal Asymptotes?

- If the degree of the polynomials both in numerator and denominator is equal, then divide the coefficients of highest degree terms to get the horizontal asymptotes.
- If the degree of the numerator is less than the degree of the denominator, then the horizontal asymptotes will be y = 0.

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Since the degree in the numerator is greater than the degree in the denominator. We know that theMoreSince the degree in the numerator is greater than the degree in the denominator. We know that the horizontal. Asymptote is y equals 0 and that was in your notes last class. Period.

To find horizontal asymptotes (HA), compare the degree of the numerator and denominator. If the degree of the numerator is less than the degree of the denominator, the HA is y=0 .

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And X minus 5 in the numerator and the denominator as a factor. So what we do. If you look at thatMoreAnd X minus 5 in the numerator and the denominator as a factor. So what we do. If you look at that factor. X minus 5 if you set that equal to zero and solve. Well get x equals positive 5.

Oblique Asymptote. An oblique or slant asymptote is an asymptote along a line , where . Oblique asymptotes occur when the degree of the denominator of a rational function is one less than the degree of the numerator. For example, the function has an oblique asymptote about the line and a vertical asymptote at the line ...

A rational expression is simply a quotient of two polynomials. Or in other words, it is a fraction whose numerator and denominator are polynomials.

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These are examples of rational expressions:

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These are examples of rational expressions:

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- x + 5 x 2 − 4 x + 4 \dfrac{x+5}{x^2-4x+4} x2−4x+4x+5.
- x ( x + 1 ) ( 2 x − 3 ) x − 6 \dfrac{x(x+1)(2x-3)}{x-6} x−6x(x+1)(2x−3)

al-Khwārizmī, in full Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī, (born c. 780 —died c. 850), Muslim mathematician and astronomer whose major works introduced Hindu-Arabic numerals and the concepts of algebra into European mathematics.

The denominator in a fraction cannot be zero because division by zero is undefined. The reason is that when you multiply the answer 2, times the divisor 3, you get back 6. To be able to divide any number c by zero you would have to find a number that when you multiply it by 0 you would get back c .

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So first let's just give an example of each rational equation it might look something like y equalsMoreSo first let's just give an example of each rational equation it might look something like y equals x squared plus 3 over 1 minus X an example of rational expression might be a plus B over a minus B.

The denominator of any fraction cannot have the value zero. If the denominator of a fraction is zero, the expression is not a legal fraction because it's overall value is undefined. are not legal fractions. Their values are all undefined, and hence they have no meaning.

Square roots are most often written using a radical sign, like this, √4 . But there is another way to represent them. You can use rational exponents instead of a radical. A rational exponent is an exponent that is a fraction.

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Learning Outcomes.

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Learning Outcomes.

Radical Form | Exponent Form | Principal Root |
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√25 | 2512 | 5 |

√100 | 10012 | 10 |

A fraction is expressed in the form of the ratio of whole numbers, a/b and b≠0. A rational number is also expressed in the form of a ratio, p/q, where numerator and denominator are integers and q≠0.