I understand that in order to solve, i would divide by the highest power of x. But what is he doing here that gives 7/7 for x > -infinity?
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by Evan.Kimia I understand that in order to solve, i would divide by the highest power of x. But what is he doing here that gives 7/7 for x > -infinity?
Ah, makes perfect sense. Thank you.
if i'm not mistaking your b question doesn't look right. = =
I'm sure for A he's using the fact that both and towards negative infinity are both zero and that renders.... and B is correct. LOL. whoops, just saw the previous post.
View Tag Cloud