cookiimonster627
  • cookiimonster627
which description means the same thing as this limit expression? lim f(x)= -infinity x -> - infinity the graph falls on the left side the graph falls on the right side the graph rises on the left side the graph rises on the right side I think the answer is the graph falls on the left side
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cookiimonster627
  • cookiimonster627
@jim_thompson5910
DanJS
  • DanJS
Limit as x goes to -infinity is - infinity
cookiimonster627
  • cookiimonster627
okay?

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DanJS
  • DanJS
yeah, just doesnt say much about anything, but it does mean as you go towards -infinity in x values, the y values go towards -infinity also.
cookiimonster627
  • cookiimonster627
lol but how does that get you to the answer. I get what your saying though.
jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
`I think the answer is the graph falls on the left side` I agree. As x heads off to the left side, the function decreases off to -infinity
cookiimonster627
  • cookiimonster627
thats what i thought @jim_thompson5910
DanJS
  • DanJS
yes, if you start anywhere, the end behavior on the left side of the function is to fall lower forever as you move more left
cookiimonster627
  • cookiimonster627
thank you

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