I read the explanation on horizontal asymptotic but was wondering if there was a better way of finding out the asymptotic without observing a graph when the power of the numerator is smaller than the denominator
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You mean here? They just used the graph to explain the rule: If the power is smaller in the numerator, then the horizontal asymptotes will always be the x-axis (or y=0).I read the explanation on horizontal asymptotic but was wondering if there was a better way of finding out the asymptotic without observing a graph when the power of the numerator is smaller than the denominator.