# Horizontal asymptote limit as x approaches infinity

## Limits as x approaches Infinity

when the functional values f(x) approach the number M as x decreases without a bound. Horizontal Asymptotes. Geometrically lim x→+∞ f(x) = L means that the
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## 2.6 Limits at Infinity Horizontal Asymptotes 1. Overview 2. Examples

In the second case the graph flattens out on the left
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2.2 Limits involving Infinity. Looking at f(x) When x approaches infinity or negative infinity ... (b) lim-f(x) (c) Identify all horizontal asymptotes.
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## Infinite Limits - MRS. POWER

Functions that have vertical asymptotes approach positive or negative infinity as the x-values approach an asymptote from the left- and/or right-hand sides.
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## Types of Graphs Inverse Functions Logarithms and Exponentials

To find the horizontal asymptote of a function as x approaches positive infinity find the limit of the function. Using the rules for limits of rational
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## SECTION 2.3: LIMITS AND INFINITY I ( ) (

f x( ) as “the limit of f x( ) as x approaches infinity.” Using “Long-Run” Limits to Find Horizontal Asymptotes (HAs). The graph of y = f x( ) has a
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## SECTION 2.7 Limits at Infinity

(d) Because lim x!1 f .x/ D L y D L is a horizontal asymptote of f .x/. 1 but does not approach a limit (either finite or infinite) as x ! 1. SOLUTION.
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## Section 2.6: Limits at Infinity and Horizontal Asymptotes

infinite limits (or vertical asymptotes). In this section we also consider infinite limits but in this case we are considering the limit as x grows.
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## 2.5 Limits at Infinity

We say the limit of f1x2 as x approaches infinity is L. In this case the line y = L is a horizontal asymptote of f (Figure 2.31). The limit at negative
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## Limits at Infinity When graphing a function we are interested in what

values of f(x) approach zero. line y = L as x approaches infinity. ... lim x→−∞ f(x) = L. Example What are the horizontal asymptotes of the graph of ...
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