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asxz
—
—4,
f(z)
=
o0
asx
—
—oo,
f
(z)
—
—3
8
asz
—
—oo,
f(z)
>
—4
v
asx
—
—4,f(z)
>
—oc0
@
asz
—
oo,
f(x)
>
—4
v
None
of
the
above
Explanation
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Explanation
A
horizontal
asymptote
is
a
horizontal
line
that
the
graph
approaches
but
never
actually
touches.
This
graph
approaches
the
line
y
=
—4
from
two
different
directions,
and
the
graph
never
crosses
that
line.
Thus,
thereis
a
horizontal
asymptote
at
y
=
—3.
As
z
approaches
0o,
y
approaches
—4.
This
is
denoted
by
the
following:
asz
—
oo,
f
(z)
>
—4
As
x
approaches
—oo,
y
approaches
—4.
This
is
denoted
by
the
following:
asz
—
—oo,
f
(z)

—4
The
correct
choices
are
as
¢
—
oo,
f
(z)
—
—4
and
as
x
—
—o00,
f(z)
=
—4.
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