Compute A= x^2+x/x+1 as x approaches +infinity and B= x^2+x/x^2+1 as x approaches -infinity

Compute A= x^2+x/x+1 as x approaches +infinity and B= x^2+x/x^2+1 as x approaches -infinity

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im not familiar with the l'hopital rule

is there a way i can do it geometrically

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