(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Hey people, my professor game us an assignment of dozens of limits to resolve. Most of them I managed to resolve, but two. I don't don't if it's something I can't resolve because I need more practice but it seems that I am really stuck with them. So if you can give me some direction with the first equation, I'd really appreciate.

2. Relevant equations

The equation is:

lim x[tex]\rightarrow[/tex][tex]\infty[/tex][tex]\frac{5x^6-x^5+4x^3-12}{2-x^2+8x^6}[/tex]

3. The attempt at a solution

First, I tried to apply L'Hospital's theorem, but wasn't lucky with that, because it would yeld another equation just as complicated, so I asserted that it wasn't the way. Then I tried to divided the entire thing with the highest exponent X, which is x^6, but I got stuck, perhaps because I didn't really know how to make the division.

Anybody out there to help me?

Thanks in advance!

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# Homework Help: Infinite Limits

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