f(x)=x-1/(x-3)(x+8)
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This function has horizontal and vertical asymptotes. The horizontal asymptote applies when x approaches infinity either positively or negatively because the function tends to 1/x which approaches zero. The x axis is the horizontal asymptote. [The vertical asymptotes are at x=3 and -8.]

 

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