oblique and horiz asymptotes, axis same transformations and other things. i do not understand these at all and the text makes no sense (see attachment). i can find the asymptotes of all types, but i do not understand how the methods i use work. please explain the methods and the reasoning behind them in detail. the horizontal and oblique ones are what confuse me. also, for some reason my book says that one cannot have bot horizontal and oblique asymptotes yet i am pretty sure i can draw a graph that does. am i somehow wrong? and also in regards to flipping things about axises -1(1/x) = 1/-x = -1/x so i could flip such a graph around either axis and get the same result, right? but -1(1/x^2) = 1/-x^2 = -1/x^2 yet this only allows a rotation about the x axis? why?