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Can someone please explain to me what the horizontal asymptote is?

 

A function $f$ has a horizontal asymptote of $y = -4,$ a vertical asymptote of $x = 3,$ and an $x$-intercept at $(1,0).$ Part (a): Let $f$ be of the form Find an expression for $f(x).$ Part (b): Let $f$ be of the form Find an expression for $f(x).$

 

Please explain why f(x) would equal a and equal -4... I don’t understand!!!(please also explain about the vertical asymptote as well... THANK YOU!!!

Guest Aug 23, 2018
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Look at Melody's answer here: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_94831#r3 

Alan  Aug 24, 2018

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