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    Limit when x goes to infinity.

    I'm not completely sure if this goes under calculus or not (Norwegian system is a bit different)

    Anyway, i was wondering if anyone could explain the methodology for solving this limit, as you see the answer should be 2, but i'm not getting that.

    http://www3.wolframalpha.com/Calcula...s=4&w=130&h=40

    And once i wrote it out it became more obvious, divide numerator and denominator by 3^(5x), then x-> unlimited, (2 + 0) / (1 + 0)
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    Last edited by GardsVision; October 30th 2012 at 07:36 AM. Reason: Figured it out
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    Re: Limit when x goes to infinity.

    Yes, that is correct.
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