## Are there vertical asymptote with exponential functions?

Hence, therefore there is no vertical asymptote of exponential function (as there is no value of x for which it would not exist). Therefore, the answer is no vertical asymptote exists for exponential function.

## How do you find the asymptotes of an exponential function?

Exponential Functions A function of the form f(x) = a (bx) + c always has a horizontal asymptote at y = c. For example, the horizontal asymptote of y = 30e–6x – 4 is: y = -4, and the horizontal asymptote of y = 5 (2x) is y = 0.

**Do exponential functions have a vertical or horizontal asymptote?**

The exponential function y=ax generally has no vertical asymptotes, only horizontal ones.

### How do you find the vertical asymptote of a rational exponential function?

To find the vertical asymptote(s) of a rational function, simply set the denominator equal to 0 and solve for x.

### What are the intercepts asymptotes and exponential function?

The x-intercept of the graph of an exponential function occurs when the graph crosses the x-axis. When a graph crosses the x-axis, f(x) = 0. Since the graph of an exponential function has a horizontal asymptote, an exponential function may not have an x-intercept.

**What is the vertical asymptote of a function?**

A vertical asymptote is a vertical line that guides the graph of the function but is not part of it. It can never be crossed by the graph because it occurs at the x-value that is not in the domain of the function. A function may have more than one vertical asymptote.

## What function has a vertical asymptote?

There is no one kind of function that has vertical asymptotes. Rational functions have vertical asymptotes if, after reducing the ratio the denominator can be made zero. All of the trigonometric functions except sine and cosine have vertical asymptotes. Logarithmic functions have vertical asymptotes.

## Which function has a vertical asymptote?

**How do you tell if a function has a vertical asymptote?**

Vertical asymptotes occur when a factor of the denominator of a rational expression does not cancel with a factor from the numerator. When you have a factor that does not cancel, instead of making a hole at that x value, there exists a vertical asymptote.