can you just explain how it's possible, or how it's not possible?
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y=2tan⁻¹(x)/π has two horizontal asymptotes: y=1 and y=-1.

This function is an odd function, that is, y=f(x) such that f(x)=-f(-x). f(x) has a positive asymptote so f(-x) has a negative asymptote, hence two asymptotes.

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