yes
1/x goes to 0 as x goes to infinityb) lim x-> infinity 10^ (1/x)
so lim x-> infinity 10^ (1/x) = 10^0 = 1
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a)for this question , am i just supposed to plug 2 into x?
lim x->2 (x^2-3x+9) / (x-3)
b) lim x-> infinity 10^ (1/x)
c) lim x->5 (x^2-167)^(1/2) -3 / (x-5)
d) lim x->infinity x^2 - 5 / 2-3X^2
e) lim x-> -3 x^3+27 / 2x^2 + 6x
f) lim x-> 2 x^3+x-7 / x-2
yes
1/x goes to 0 as x goes to infinityb) lim x-> infinity 10^ (1/x)
so lim x-> infinity 10^ (1/x) = 10^0 = 1
i answered a question similar to this here http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...o-precalc.html see if you can figure it out