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## Homework Statement

[tex]\frac{log (x^{2} + e^{2x})}{x + 3}[/tex] find the limit as x_> infinty

## Homework Equations

powers beat logs

## The Attempt at a Solution

going by the powers beat logs idea - simply, the limit as n-> infinity is 0.

is this correct? can you simply say that powers beat logs always?