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    explain growth rate in polynomials and logarithm functions

    Explain why ant polynomial function g with degree > 1 & a positive leading coefficient has a higher growth rate than any logarithm function h with base b>1.
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    Re: explain growth rate in polynomials and logarithm functions

    Because the limit of (Pn(x))'/(ln(x))' is +infinity
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