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Calculus Volume 1 | 18th Edition | ISBN: 9781938168024 | Authors: Openstax ISBN: 9781938168024 2035

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Problem 289

[T] For the following exercises, graph the function on a graphing calculator on the window x = [−5, 5] and estimate the horizontal asymptote or limit. Then, calculate the actual horizontal asymptote or limit.

\(f(x)=\frac{1}{x+10}\)

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f(x) = 1 / x + 10

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Textbook: Calculus Volume 1
Edition: 18
Author: Openstax
ISBN: 9781938168024

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