Re: about limit with log plz

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**afafazaid** I'm a mathematics teacher but unfortunately, I forgot those rules to solve them since

That scares me to death.

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**afafazaid** 1) lim (n^2)/(n*log(n^3))

2) lim n*log(n^3)/n*log(n)

3) lim n*log(n^3)/n

all of them when the limit goes to infinity

$\displaystyle \frac{n^2}{n\cdot\log(n^3)}=\frac{n}{3\log(n)}$

$\displaystyle \frac{n\log(n^3)}{n\log(n)}=3$

$\displaystyle \frac{n\log(n^3)}{n}=3\log(n)$

Re: about limit with log plz

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Re: about limit with log plz

It is really sad that a teacher, of any subject, cannot do simple mathematics or write a grammatically correct sentence.

Re: about limit with log plz

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**HallsofIvy** It is really sad that a teacher, of any subject, cannot do simple mathematics or write a grammatically correct sentence.

1. Most people do not write grammatically on the internet, especially when writing very quickly. If the OP is a teacher, then his/her time is probably very limited.

2. It's a sad fact, but unfortunately there is a massive shortage of mathematics teachers, so a significant proportion (in Australia it's about 30%, and it's probably similar in other countries) of teachers who are teaching mathematics classes without being trained in mathematics. I'm sure the OP is trying his/her best, and at least he/she is asking for help. Cut him/her some slack.