I'm a bit stuck on this one.
Simplify:
$\displaystyle \frac{\frac{3}{x^{\frac{1}{2}}}+\frac{1}{x^{7}}} {6-\frac{2}{x}}
$
I just encountered another problem that is very similar to the one I've been having trouble with. All I got to do is simplify it. It seems that whatever I try leads me to the wrong answer. I would appreciate if someone can show me step by step how to handle this type of problem. Thanks
This is an image of where I get stuck:
I know that I need to divide by x because I'm using coursecompass and it shows to do that. The other steps are skipped. I'm trying to find the limit of that function as x approaches infinity. I'm stuck on the algebra of something that shouldn't take me more than a few minutes to figure out. That's why I was requesting a step by step show of the algebra because that's what coursecompass is skipping.
I know I didn't mention I was taking a limit because I thought all I had to do was simplify and then evaluate. I realized soon after my last post that after dividing the expression by the highest power of x (which is just x in this case), I then evaluate. Thanks anyway for the help.