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i love jeffery and believe there is truth in tati and james' answers
yes i have heard the tea
i believe both
no, tati didnt over exaggerate
james might might idk and tbh dont rly care
no oblique asymptote
to find the oblique asymptote of f(x)
here numerator has degree 1 and denomintor degree 2
degree of numerator < degree of denominator
hence there is no oblique asymptote
when the degree of the denominator > that of the numerator, we saw that the value in the denominator got so much bigger, so quickly, giving us a horizontal asymptote of the x-axis. or we can write
f(x) = a polynomial of x + a proper fraction.
in this case only we have oblique asymptotes but not when numerator has less degree.
the distance between points l and m