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#11 - jesusmcbatmanjones
Reply -104
(10/16/2013) [-]
"Asymptotes can never meet"   
   
This ***** never took calculus
"Asymptotes can never meet"

This ***** never took calculus
#54 to #11 - jesusmcbatmanjones
Reply +7
(10/16/2013) [-]
OOPS SORRY GUYS. I THOUGHT IT MEANT A LINE AND AN ASYMPTOTE WILL NEVER MEET NOT TWO ASYMPTOTES. I WILL ACCEPT MY RED THUMBS NOW.
OOPS SORRY GUYS. I THOUGHT IT MEANT A LINE AND AN ASYMPTOTE WILL NEVER MEET NOT TWO ASYMPTOTES. I WILL ACCEPT MY RED THUMBS NOW.
#49 to #11 - jesusmcbatmanjones
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#33 to #11 - themurp ONLINE
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(10/16/2013) [-]
vvvvv ******* casuals
#14 to #11 - jesterif
Reply +137
(10/16/2013) [-]
You, on the other hand, never understood calculus.
#52 to #14 - jesusmcbatmanjones
Reply +5
(10/16/2013) [-]
I'm talking horizontal asymptotes man.

Cos(x)/x has an asymptote at 0 that it passes an infinite amount of times
#38 to #14 - anon
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(10/16/2013) [-]
(x-4)^3/((x^2-1)(x-3)) Check it, asymptotes meeting (but the curve never meets the asymptotes).
#12 to #11 - howaboutnsfw
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(10/16/2013) [-]
The limit of something as it approaches infinity is not the same as actually equalling.
#15 to #12 - ubadubba
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(10/16/2013) [-]
Ah, but a graph can cross a horizontal asymptote. Just not vertical ones.