Okay I changed some of my answers. I think they're all right but I just need someone to double check for me.
Hi I just need help with several problems. I worked them out and I got an answer but I'm not sure if I did it correctly. Please check my answers.
Problem 1
Find the Limit:
Lim as X -> Positive Infinity of T^2 + 2/ T^3 + ^2 - 1
I don't want to put all my work because I don't know the shorthand to doing it and I'll just put the answer I got. I got 0 as the limit to this problem.
Problem 2
Find the Horizontal and Vertical Asymptotes of each curve:
Y = 1 + X^4/X^2-X^4
I got Horizontal = -1 and Vertical = 1, -1
Problem 3
Same as above
Y = 2e^x/e^x-5
I got Horizontal = 0 and Vertical = -1
Problem 4
Find the limit
Lim x-> positive infinity COSX
I got Lim doesn't exist because COSX is a periodic.
did you mean ? if so, you are correct
i suppose you mean (you should use parentheses).Problem 2
Find the Horizontal and Vertical Asymptotes of each curve:
Y = 1 + X^4/X^2-X^4
I got Horizontal = -1 and Vertical = 1, -1
your horizontal asymptote is fine. as for you vertical asymptotes, what about x = 0?
your vertical asymptote is wrong. remember, you want
Problem 3
Same as above
Y = 2e^x/e^x-5
I got Horizontal = 0 and Vertical = -1
for the horizontal, you forgot y = 2. remember you have to take two infinite limits here, and
correct, it "oscillates"
Problem 4
Find the limit
Lim x-> positive infinity COSX
I got Lim doesn't exist because COSX is a periodic.
you're welcome. and yes, parentheses are important.not really. i let you wait for over an hour for questions i could have answered in less than a minute. sorry about that. i should treat users who attempt their own questions with more respect. good luck, you seem to know your stuff for the most part. just remember, for horizontal asymptotes, you take two infinite limits, one as we go to infinity, one as we go to -infinity. and we have vertical asymptotes for a rational function everywhere the denominator is zeroYou're the best Jhevon