\[\lim_{t \rightarrow \infty}\frac{ \sqrt{t}+t^2 }{ 2t-t^2 }\]

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\[\lim_{t \rightarrow \infty}\frac{ \sqrt{t}+t^2 }{ 2t-t^2 }\]

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How do I find the limit?
look at the highest exponent term in the numerator and the denominator the numerator's highest exponent term is t^2 the denominator's highest exponent term is -t^2 then divide numerator term/denominator term to find the limit (t^2)/(-t^2) = -1 that's your limit
(this only works if the exponents are the same)

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Oh ok, thank you! That was a much easier method than how I was doing it.

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