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Hello,

Sometime ago I realized sth strange for most of the polynomials;

For example, [tex]y=x^2[/itex]

if we take f(x+d) as a multiple of f(x), I mean: f(2)/f(1) = 4 hence 4*f(1) = f(2) so 4 is a multiple of f(1). Now;

[tex](x+d)^2/x^2[/itex]

as x approaches infinity the multiple approaches 1 !

doesn't this means that when y=x^2 and x is an infinitly large number, y reaches a constant term, ie never approaches ininity?

I'll be thankfull for your help. I hope I've been able to express what I really mean.

Thankyou.

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