anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the limit (if it exsists), or if it doesn't exist, explain why of x as it approaches infinity 3/(x^2)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This is simple. it is zero. you have to think about what would happen if we put huge huge numbers into this, we would get 3/a huge huge number which goes closer and closer to zero as the numbers get bigger. ! i can use calc 2 to show full steps but this is prolly more what you need!
anonymous
  • anonymous
like if x= 10 it would be 3/100 but if x=1000 it would be 3/1,000,000 and so on...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
just started precalc so still overanalyzing a lot of this stuff, thank you!

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