Holy shift. Look at that asymtote on that mother function! [classic]


The guys at IFL Science have posted this on their Facebook page. I HAD to put it out there as it is outrageously funny 😀 That is the graph of f(x)= x/(x-1) and Google’s Graph is exactly the same.

An asymtote is a line that does not touch the curve of the graph, as defined by Wikipedia. You can also call it a horizon or a border which cannot be crossed. Some graphs are amazing and if you use x/(x-1)(y-2) in Google you get an amazing 3D graph. Guess where the asymtote for that is?

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