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    another limit question

    If I take the limit at infinity of \frac{a}{a \pm C}

    a=any a_n and C is any constant

    Will the limit always be 1 because C becomes irrelevant at infinity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by manyarrows View Post
    If I take the limit at infinity of \frac{a}{a \pm C}

    a=any a_n and C is any constant

    Will the limit always be 1 because C becomes irrelevant at infinity?
    \frac{a}{a \pm C} = \frac{1}{1 \pm \frac{C}{a}} \longrightarrow \frac{1}{1 \pm 0} = 1
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