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1 min read•april 25, 2020

Anusha Tekumulla

An **asymptote **is a line that approaches a given curve but does not meet it at any distance. By now, we have already covered one of the asymptotes you need to know for this course (**essential discontinuities**). This is a vertical asymptote. The value x is approaching is the asymptote because the function goes closer and closer to that x value but never reaches it. Meanwhile, the y value continues to increase. 📒

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