- #1

bonzy87

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x→+∞

(where a is a constant.)

need help as to how to go about answering this am fairly new to calculus

any help would be appreciated

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- Thread starter bonzy87
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- #1

bonzy87

- 5

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x→+∞

(where a is a constant.)

need help as to how to go about answering this am fairly new to calculus

any help would be appreciated

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christianjb

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See what happens when a=1, and x=1,10,100,1000, etc. Write down the answer and see if there exists a limit.

You might actually have fun.

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