If one feels like an "inverse tangent function approaching an asymptote" one is feeling "stuck". A linear asymptote is essentially a straight line to which a graphed curve moves closer and closer but does not reach. Given a function y=fn(x) with asymptote A, A represents a number that, no matter how big (or, given the function, small) you make x, y will never make it to...
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