How do you find the asymptotes for #g(x)= (7+x)/(x^2(3-x))#?

1 Answer
Aug 25, 2016

Answer:

Asymptotes when x=0 and when x =3

Explanation:

Divide 1 by 0.1 ( or how many 0.1s are there in 1) answer 10
Divide 1 by 0.01 ( or how many 0.01s in 1) answer 100

As the number we divide by gets smaller and smaller the result is bigger and bigger.

As the divisor approaches 0 the result approaches infinity

When X=0 the value of g(x) approaches infinity. An asymptote when x =0
When 3-x =0 , or X=3, the value of g(x) approaches infinity. An asymptote when x =3