when x goes very large, say infinite, what does this equation will look like? H is a constant 1) 1/(1+(x/H)^2)^(1/2)) 2) 1/(1+(H/x)^2)^(1/2)) The answers are 1) 1/x^2 2) 1/x But I am not too sure how to get there. Thank you
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Originally Posted by oxxiissiixxo when x goes very large, say infinite, what does this equation will look like? H is a constant 1) 1/(1+(x/H)^2)^(1/2)) 2) 1/(1+(H/x)^2)^(1/2)) The answers are 1) 1/x^2 2) 1/x But I am not too sure how to get there. Thank you Did you mean?: for 1) ?
Last edited by FernandoRevilla; February 28th 2011 at 08:55 AM.
1) As x grows larger, the denominator of the fraction grows larger. In this regard, the limit is similar to: , which is 0. 2) As x grows larger, approaches 0. Therefore,
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