Determine any horizontal and vertical asymptotes of each of the following. Write your asymptotes as equations. Also report any zero's or intercepts. If NONE, state so.
f(x) = (8x^7-32x^5)/(1+x^2)Vertical: _________
Anyone understand this crap? I think I have it figured out. I really do, but it has driven me nuts. Needless to say I am counting down the days till May 9Th when I can take the final and bid this class goodbye. I mean this class makes me feel like I have lost all hope of ever knowing anything, which is completely out of my norm. I have never been good at math though, unless it dealt with money. English, Journalism, Philosophy I can do. Math - UGH. Sometimes I wonder why I hang in there. Then I remind myself I am doing this for me. To prove something to myself, no one else. But seriously if you understand this stuff and you want to chime in on an easy way to figure this out. I would love the help. I know you figure the Vertical by using the zero's of the denominator and the largest X's have to do with the horizontal, but this really could drive me insane. Not that it would be that far of a drive. Well, back to my math books.