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the limit of 2x-x^2 over 3x+5 as x increases without bound. Anyone could willing to help :(

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  1. anonymous
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    minus infinity

  2. anonymous
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    the numerator is a polynomial of degree 2, and the denominator is a polynomial of degree 1, so as x gets large this looks like \[\frac{-2x^2}{x}=-x\]

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    actually i should have written \[\frac{-x^2}{3x}=-\frac{x}{3}\] but of course as x goes to infinity the whole thing goes to minus infinity

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    thnaks satellite

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    yw

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