anonymous
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what is the limit of (3x^4-7x^2+2)/(2x^4+1) as x approaches infinity? a. 2/3 b.∞ c.0 d.3/2
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nenadmatematika
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anonymous
  • anonymous
3/2
anonymous
  • anonymous
u escaped 1 question =) wahahha

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nenadmatematika
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anonymous
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because your a champ
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the hardest question is 17-20
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