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A. y = 2 B. x = 2 C. y = -5 D. y = 2/5
take the limit as x approches infinity and negative infinity

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idk how to
ok we are going to make all out x's infinity
then we get \[2\infty /\infty+5\]
the +5 is going to be meaning less next to infinity so we throw it away
kk so we end up with 2/5 ?
so we are left with \[2\infty/\infty \] then we cancle the infinity cause it is on bith the top and bottom we are left with 2
try to think of infinity as a large number not a consept, how big is 5 compared to 1,000,000?
so I'm left with 2?
it is insignifigant, so we just throw it away, the 2 is actualy saying infinity+infinity so that is significant
so think of it as simplifying the fraction 2,000,000 / 1,000,000
we factor out the million for top and bottom and we are left with 2/1
so my answer is A. y = 2???
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