In protest against food being allowed, I will step toward infinity and follow this function, (-39x^2+72x-10)/(-3x^2-111).
My journey shall take me through the city of Fort Wayne, IN and should take me to just barely above 13 meters above sea-level.
The equation gives the answer. Since the numerator and denominator share their degree, simply take the coefficients and divide them, which will give a horizontal asymptote that cannot be crossed by that function.
But Mr. Gandhi, how do know that your journey won't take you below 13 meters above sea-level?
And what if your protest works and food is no longer allowed?
Well, I'll just turn around and step toward negative infinity to protest something else, like Britain's Got Talent.
So since you'd be stepping toward negative infinity, would your journey take you to just above -13 meters above sea-level?
Actually no, my journey would still take me to just above 13 meters above sea-level.
It stays 13 as the no matter how negative a number is, if it is squared it will become positive, allowing the the horizontal asymptote to remain the quotient of the two leading coefficients in the function.