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Have you learned derivatives?

Kind of? but i'm not really understanding what the question is asking

Yep moreover this question seems a bit vague nobody asks when x gets really larger :p

Very large*

So maybe they're asking about the lim of x as it temds to infinity

Are you familiar with these?

Well my friend in my math we have no very large :) either we've got limx-->+inf of -inf :)

so false?

i'm confused :/

joyraheb's answer to the question and explanation are correct but his other comments are misleading

You idiot we're talking about ordinary functions here who in the hell mention asymptotes?!

watch the language.

Mentioned*

Sorry ðŸ˜‚ i just get nervous quiqly

there are no asymptotes for this equation

Alright...
but remember from OS Coc
Be Nice - I will stay positive, be friendly, and not mean
:)

its just a 3rd order polynomial

okay... i'm really confused now?

well... the only way to shed the light is to really find out what the question is really asking.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asymptotic_analysis

there's no asymptotic line such as x=6 or y=-5.
It just goes to plus infinity, plain and simple

so it's true??

maybe let x = any number and see if it increases Â¯\_(ãƒ„)_/Â¯

yes i think
because you said earlier that x^3 rises for the larger x and the equation that right

if the value is positive though... anyway I'm just going on the sidelines. This might turn ugly

it rises

... yes i have but i'm not a math person ...

Oldrin what do you mean by large x ?

The funny part is that you're explaining limits to her that only apply in such functions

So eventually this large x should be larger than 2