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1 min read•june 7, 2020

Anusha Tekumulla

🎥**Watch: AP Calculus AB/BC - ****Limits at Infinity and Horizontal Asymptotes**

The other type of asymptote is a **horizontal asymptote**. They are lines parallel to the x-axis. 🚂

Therefore, to find horizontal asymptotes, we simply **evaluate the limit of the function as it approaches infinity**, and again as it approaches **negative infinity**. A function __can have at most two horizontal asymptotes,__ one in each direction. ♾️

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