What is the difference between a vertical and horizontal asymptote?

Adeline Franco

Adeline Franco

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2022-12-31

What is the difference between a vertical and horizontal asymptote?

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hemelbol26w

hemelbol26w

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2023-01-01Added 4 answers

Vertical asymptote is parallel to the y axis
Horizontal asymptote is parallel to the x-axis Explanation: Given that: y-axis is vertical and x-axis is horizontal
Vertical asymptote is parallel to the y axis meaning that the x value never really becomes the value it is 'tending' to. Likewise horizontal asymptote is parallel to the x-axis meaning that the y value never really becomes the value it is 'tending' to.

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