Plotting (& not plotting) Asymptotes in Mathematica


by Stroodle
Tags: asymptotes, mathematica, plotting
Stroodle
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Jul4-09, 12:41 PM
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Hi.

I'm just starting to learn how to use Mathematica, and I'd like to know if there's a way to plot a graph of an equation, such
as [tex]y=\frac{a}{x-h}+k[/tex] without it showing the vertical asymptote

I would also like to know if there's a way to show the horizontal asymptote on the graph.

Thanks for your help
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DaleSpam
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Jul4-09, 09:34 PM
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To turn off the vertical asymptote use the option Exclusions->h

To show a horizontal or diagonal asymptote simply plot it.
Stroodle
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Jul5-09, 12:57 AM
P: 26
Awesome. Thanks for your help.


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