vazelinahS
2021-09-24
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Involve rational functions that model the given situations. In each case, find the horizontal asymptote as
$x\to \infty$
and then describe what this means in practical terms.

$f\left(x\right)=\frac{150x+120}{0.05x+1}$
the number of bass. f(x), months in a lake that was stocked with 120 bass.

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Brighton

Answered 2021-09-25
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y=3000. After a period of many month, the number of bass will stay around 3000.

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