I have to show my work on a problem:
Ok, so first thing: divide by fastest growing term in the denominator, which in this case as x approaches is actually:
This is where I start to get a little confused. How exactly do I mathematically express that as x approaches approaches zero?
I can say: , but then what? I have seen direct substitution with but isn't this bad form? You can't do arithmetic on infinity.
So then does it just "jump" to: ?
Or is there some merit to doing this next (after splitting the func. to a quotient of limits): ? I thought this had no meaning; if it does what is the next step?
Thank you for any help, I know I got the answer, but it's the showing of the steps I am a little tripped up on. IF there is anything missing, can you also explain then how I can exactly express the other horizontal limit ?