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    evaluate the limit as x--> infinity

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    I got the limit as x--> infinity to be 0 because it keeps getting closer and closer to the y value 0 when larger and larger numbers are put into the equation but it says its wrong on my online hw.

    could i get some help and an explanation please?

    thank you

    chad
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    sorry nevermind i got it. i graphed it wrong on my calculator haha. silly me. its 1/4
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