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Step 1.

Lim sqrt(x) / x

x --> Infinity

Step 2.

My professor this goes down to

Lim 1 / sqrt(x)

x --> Infinity

and the limit is then 0

What I am not sure about is from steps 1 to step 2.

I tried the latex it wouldn't work for me, sorry.

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- #1

- 113

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Step 1.

Lim sqrt(x) / x

x --> Infinity

Step 2.

My professor this goes down to

Lim 1 / sqrt(x)

x --> Infinity

and the limit is then 0

What I am not sure about is from steps 1 to step 2.

I tried the latex it wouldn't work for me, sorry.

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Your professor simply divided the numerator and the denominator both by [itex]\sqrt{x}[/itex].

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