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Is this your question ?\[\large\lim_{x\to+\infty}\frac{3x+1}{2x-5}\]

yes

when \(x\to+\infty\), the ratio will ok like \(\frac{3x}{2x}\)

you mean like 3/2 ??

and when x->-inf -3/2 ?

What about higher power at the denominator or the numerator separately

1 ?

what? XD lol

uhm I think its the whole numerator? I am not sure :D

|dw:1369665937413:dw|Which one of these functions is growing upwards faster? :O

The curve or the straight line? :D

numerator = denominator?

Eeeh i mean that high one not the straight one the other one grows faster

Yes good good, the curvy one grows faster.

That too confusing? :3 stick with the math rules?

same applies for x->-inf ? and what about the denominator having the highest power?

thanks

Congrats!

Well done @Christos !
\(\LARGE\mathcal{CONGRATULATIONS!!}\)