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Copie de Vertical Asymptote (Defined as a Limit)

The following applet shows what it means for the graph of a function f to have a VERTICAL ASYMPTOTE at x = a. Vertical asymptotes can be interpreted as a special "type" of nonexistent limit of a function (as that function approaches a certain value, "a"). See below: