The Asymptote Calculator is a free online tool designed to make calculations simpler. It displays the asymptotic curve for the given expression.

In traditional Mathematics, the asymptote is technically defined as a horizontal line or vertical line or a slant line that the graph approaches but never touches.

In the field of analytic geometry, the asymptote of a curve is a line such that the distance between the line and the curve reaches equivalent to zero.

The above-mentioned condition is obtained where either one or both the coordinates (the x and y coordinates) tends to infinity. The asymptote type is classified into three distinct categories, namely, the horizontal asymptote, the vertical asymptote and the oblique asymptote.

The procedure to use is:

**Step 1:** Manually enter the expression in the input field or tab given to you.

**Step 2:** In this step, you must click the button “Submit” to get the curve.

**Step 3:** Finally, the asymptotic curve will be shown in the new tab or window.