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You can apply L'hopital's rule

But how would LH help with the denominator?

Because you have \[\lim_{x \rightarrow \infty} \frac{ x^3 }{ e^{\frac{ x }{ 5 }} }\]

Oh you can apply it more than once

Probably would have to a few times xD

I'm just waiting for oldrins amazing explanation

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Right!

thanks guys!!!!:-)

@magy33 wait though, oldrin and ganeshie might have a better explanation/ easier way of doing it

Probably, he was refering to taylor too...

sorry, typo, 1/(1/expansion) *

@ ganeshie8

https://youtu.be/sZ2qulI6GEk?t=2599

Notice that we had to apply LH only one time, not "n" times...

that is the clever part :)

The taylor series method he also showed was pretty cool