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krypton

  • 2 years ago

infinity/infinity=

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  1. Ferrariwindows7
    • 2 years ago
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  2. Ferrariwindows7
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    it's just like any other number divided by any other number. 4/4=1 300/300=1 x/x=1 Infinity/infinity=1

  3. micahwood50
    • 2 years ago
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    Undefined. Infinity is not a number.

  4. CliffSedge
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    Indeterminate form.

  5. krypton
    • 2 years ago
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    ok actully this the question y=lmx->inf (xe^x)/(x^2+2x-1) use l hopitals rule

  6. micahwood50
    • 2 years ago
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    Use L'Hospital's rule if both numerator and denominator are infinity.

  7. krypton
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    yeah the are

  8. micahwood50
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    There you go.

  9. krypton
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    i got inf/inf

  10. micahwood50
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    Again? Use L'Hopital's rule again.

  11. krypton
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    after taking their respective derivatives

  12. krypton
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    i got inf/inf

  13. micahwood50
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    Look like the answer is indeterminate since you can't get rid of e^x using derivative.

  14. micahwood50
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    As x approaches to infinity, it approaches to infinity.

  15. micahwood50
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    Does this clear everything?

  16. krypton
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    yeah thanks :)

  17. micahwood50
    • 2 years ago
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    You're welcome.

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