Is the limit actually:
If so, you might just observe that the limit is zero since the degree in the denominator is greater than that of the numerator.
just pondering this equation: lim (3x^3(-6x^2)+5x+35)/((x^4)-5x^3-27) when x->∞
what is the best way to figure this out? I tried to divide everything by the highest factor I would find in the denominator, like my textbook said, but that just got messy and confusing. Any ideas?