Vertical Asymptote Formula - Euclidean Plane


Method 1:

The line x = a is called a Vertical Asymptote of the curve y = f(x) if at least one of the following statements is true.

Vertical Asymptote

Method 2:

For rational functions, vertical asymptotes are vertical lines that correspond to the zeroes points of the denominator.
Given rational function, f(x)
Write f(x) in reduced form
f(x) - c is a factor in the denominator then x = c is the vertical asymptote.

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