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  • 5 years ago

evalute limit lim x^2 +2 / X^3 -1 AS X GOES TO NEGATIVE INFINITY

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  1. anonymous
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    the answer is 0, because the denominator will be always greater than the numerator, making the value closer to 0

  2. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    BUT IS ASKING ME TO DO IT ALGEBRAICALLY DO I DIVIDE EACH TERM BY x^3 THATS WHAT IM TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT THANK YOU

  3. anonymous
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    Well, the only thing you'll take care is X^2/X^3, so by simplifying you get 1/X, and when you apply the infinite value, you'll get 1 divided by a big number, which will make it closer to the 0 value.

  4. anonymous
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    does that helps?

  5. anonymous
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    YES ;=)

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