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Asymptotes of (x-4) (x+3)
24 February, 15:10
Vertical asymptotes of an expression occur at the excluded values of a function. Assuming you mean that (x-4) (x-3) is the denominator, then you would find the 'solutions.'
x - 4 = 0, x = 4
x + 3 = 0, x = - 3
Therefore, your vertical asymptotes occur at x = 4, - 3.
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