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## as·ymp·tote

(ăs′ĭm-tōt′, -ĭmp-)
n.
A line whose distance to a given curve tends to zero. An asymptote may or may not intersect its associated curve.

[Ultimately from Greek asumptōtos, not intersecting : a-, not; see a-1 + sumptōtos, intersecting (from sumpiptein, sumptō-, to converge : sun-, syn- + piptein, to fall; see pet- in Indo-European roots).]

(ˌæsɪmˈtɒtɪk) or

## asymptotical

1. (Mathematics) of or referring to an asymptote
2. (Mathematics) (of a function, series, formula, etc) approaching a given value or condition, as a variable or an expression containing a variable approaches a limit, usually infinity
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(ˌæs ɪmˈtɒt ɪk)

## also as`ymp•tot′i•cal,

1. of or pertaining to an asymptote.
2. (of a function) approaching a given value as an expression containing a variable tends to infinity.
3. coming into consideration as a variable approaches a limit, usu. infinity: asymptotic property.
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 Adj. 1 asymptotic - relating to or of the nature of an asymptote; "an asymptotic function"
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