7x^9-4x^5+2x-13/ -3x^9+x^8-5x+2x lim-- infinity and these 2x^2+1/6+x-3x^2 lim ---- infinity
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Originally Posted by arsenal12345 7x^9-4x^5+2x-13/ -3x^9+x^8-5x+2x lim-- infinity Please confirm that the expression whose limit you need to find is exactly as written above.
Originally Posted by arsenal12345 7x^9-4x^5+2x-13/ -3x^9+x^8-5x+2x lim-- infinity and these 2x^2+1/6+x-3x^2 lim ---- infinity Am I correct in assuming that these are and ? Next time please either learn some LaTeX or else at least use brackets where they're needed to make the expressions make sense.
Originally Posted by Prove It Am I correct in assuming that these are and ? Next time please either learn some LaTeX or else at least use brackets where they're needed to make the expressions make sense. Just to clarify, you mean arsenal12345, divide both numerator and denominator by the highest power of x ( in the first problem, in the second).
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy Just to clarify, you mean arsenal12345, divide both numerator and denominator by the highest power of x ( in the first problem, in the second). I don't see any difference...
Originally Posted by Prove It Am I correct in assuming that these are In the denominator, it should say , not .
Ah right, I think I must need glasses :P *Awkwardly realises I'm already wearing glasses ><
yes u have assumed currecct man , i will try next time , so how do i solve them ?
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy arsenal12345, divide both numerator and denominator by the highest power of x ( in the first problem, in the second). .
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