Rational functions
usually have interesting asymptote behavior.
Asymptotes exhibited by rational functions come in different flavors:
horizontal asymptote The dashed red line is horizontal. The blue curve is getting closer and closer to this horizontal red line as $\,x\rightarrow\infty\,$ and as $\,x\rightarrow \infty\,$. Thus, the red line is a horizontal asymptote. 
vertical asymptote The dashed red line is vertical. The blue curve is getting closer and closer to this vertical red line as $\,x\,$ approaches a finite number (from the right, and from the left). Thus, the red line is a vertical asymptote. 
slant asymptote The dashed red line is not horizontal, and not vertical. It is ‘slanted’. The blue curve is getting closer and closer to this ‘slanted’ red line as $\,x\rightarrow\infty\,$. Thus, the red line is a slant asymptote. 
asymptotes that are not lines The dashed red curve is not a line. The blue curve is getting closer and closer to this red curve as $\,x\rightarrow\infty\,$ and as $\,x\rightarrow \infty\,$. Thus, the red curve is an asymptote that is not a line. 
On this exercise, you will not key in your answer. However, you can check to see if your answer is correct. 
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