y=10x/(8x^2 +1)
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The horizontal asymptote is determined by considering large values of x. 10x/(8x²+1) becomes 10x/8x²=5/(4x). This approaches zero as the magnitude of x gets very large, positive or negative, so the horizontal asymptote is y=0, the x-axis.

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