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Find the limit.



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At this point its infinity. ;)

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\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 0} (3x+2+(1/x^2))\]

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thats a interesting one :p

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I would multiply the whole function by x^2 to get it out of the denomenator then plug 0 in for x.

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are you allowed to do this?

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i don't think you can

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actually no. Limit does not exist. sorry.

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L[x:0,3x+2+((1)/(x^(2)))]

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its infinity right?

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wow batman is not even here, but we're here seating and figuring out someones problem

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;)

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I graphed it, looks like it goes to positive infinity.

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Okay i checked with calculator function and both forms confirm that it goes to infinity.