(00:00 - 00:15) Introducing the Lesson
(00:16 - 00:40) Asymptotes
(00:41 - 02:31) Vertical Asymptotes
(02:31 - 04:04) Horizontal Asymptotes at y=0
(04:05 - 05:07) Horizontal Asymptotes at y=a/b
(05:08 - 06:55) Oblique Asymptotes
(06:56 - 07:38) Reviewing our Notes
A line that a curve approaches; the distance between the curve and an asymptote approaches zero.
A vertical line that a curve approaches from the left or right; the curve tends towards positive or negative infinity, and its distance to the vertical line tends towards zero.
A horizontal line that a curve approaches from above or below; the curve tends towards a constant value, and its distance to the horizontal line tends towards zero.
Also called slant asymptotes, a line that a curve approaches as x tends towards ± infinity; it can be defined by y=mx+b, where m≠0