anonymous
  • anonymous
What's the limit of (x+2)/(x^2+x+1) as x approaches infinity from the left
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the numerator is a polynomial of degree 1 the denominator is a polynomial of degree 2 since the denominator is bigger, the limit is 0
anonymous
  • anonymous
just like \(\frac{1}{1000}\) is a very small number
anonymous
  • anonymous
^To add to what Satellite said. if the degree of the denominator is less than the denominator of the numerator, the limit is +/- inf. If they're equal,you look at the leading coefficients.

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