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    Find the limit, if it exists.

    Find the limit, if it exists.

    lim
    x→∞ [ln(3 + x2) − ln(6 + x)]



    Please help.

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    Re: Find the limit, if it exists.

    Hey ihatecalculus.

    Hint - Try using the fact that log(a) - log(b) - log(a/b) where the base [of the logarithm] is a real number greater than 1.
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