# How do I identify the horizontal asymptote of #f(x) = (7x+1)/(2x-9)#?

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Shwetank Mauria
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Mar 9, 2018

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We have a horizontal asymptote

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As the degree of polynomial in the numerator is equal to the degree of polynomial in the denominator, there is indeed a horizontal asymptote. We can find this by dividing each term in numerator and denominator by this highest degree and find limit as

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Hence, we have a horizontal asymptote

graph{(y-(7x+1)/(2x-9))(y-3.5)=0 [-40.42, 39.58, -17.76, 22.24]}

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