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Thread: Finding G(X) within a limit, need help please!

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    Finding G(X) within a limit, need help please!

    We want to calculate the limit limx→∞ 4x^2/Sqrt3x^4+2 (square root is for the whole bottom function)

    Rewrite The limit as as 4/sqrt3+g(x) (square root is for the whole bottom function)where g(x)=?
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    Re: Finding G(X) within a limit, need help please!

    I know what the limit is when it goes towards infinity but just pointing out G(x) is confusing
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    Re: Finding G(X) within a limit, need help please!

    $\dfrac{4x^2}{\sqrt{3x^4+2}} \cdot \dfrac{x^{-2}}{\sqrt{x^{-4}}}= \dfrac{4}{\sqrt{3+2x^{-4}}}$
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    Re: Finding G(X) within a limit, need help please!

    Thank you! I see why I kept getting the wrong answer now, appreciate it!
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