Hi, I'm practicing for Calc test and the solutions to a problem are throwing me off. I know that to find a limit as x approaches infinity you can divide everything by the highest power x in the denominator but the solution steps show the person doing this:
I see that they divided everything by x^2, including everything under the square root. But wouldn't you need to divide the stuff under the square by x^4 since that's sqrt(x^4) is equivalent to x^2? Any help is appreciated
EDIT: Also the original question actually asks for the limit as x approaches NEGATIVE infinity. I'm looking at this problem after posting and I'm frankly lost on the steps, but I will keep working on it.