*Horizontal asymptote*
of the function
f(x)
called straight line parallel to
x
axis that is closely appoached by a plane curve. The distance between plane curve and this straight line decreases to zero as the
f(x)
tends to infinity. The horizontal asymptote equation has the form:

y = y_{0},
where
y_{0}
- some constant (finity number)

To find horizontal asymptote of the function
f(x),
one need to find
y_{0}.
To find the value of
y_{0}
one need to
calculate the limits

and

If the value of both (or one) of the limits equal to finity number
y_{0},
then

y = y_{0}
- horizontal asymptote of the function
f(x).

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