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Asymtotes and polynomials?

  1. Dec 17, 2004 #1
    Ok, I have a final in Pre-Calc comming up, and im still a bit confused on finding asymtotes (vertical, horizontal, and slant) could someone help me with equations i can use to find the asymtotes or how i do? im just really confused.

    Also, I am having trouble with finding a fourth degree polynomial that has a set of given zeros. How might i go about solving one of those? Im very confused, please help me :confused:
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  3. Dec 17, 2004 #2
    I've answered your question in the K12 subforum. Don't post threads in more than one place, cos the mods will lock them.
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