Oblique Asymptote or Slant Asymptote happens when the polynomial in the numerator is of higher degree than the polynomial in the denominator. It is a slanted line that the function approaches as the x approaches infinity or minus infinity. A function can have at most two oblique asymptotes, and some kind of function would have an oblique asymptote at all. Use our online Slant Asymptote or oblique asymptote calculator to find the slant asymptotes values by entering the rational equation.
For rational functions, oblique asymptotes occur when the degree of the numerator is one more than the degree of the denominator. In such a case the equation of the oblique asymptote can be found by long division. Use this Slant asymptote calculator to make your oblique asymptote calculations easier.