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## Homework Statement

lim as x tends to -∞ (x)^3/5 - (x)^1/5

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

The first thing I did was convert it into a radical so it becomes fifthroot√x^3 - fifthroot√x.

Then I rationalized to get ( x^3-x)/(fifthrt√x^3+fifthroot√x) . I then divided the top by x^3 and the bottom by x^3 and x. And the final answer I got was -1/2 .

Im pretty sure I did something wrong so please let me know if my answer is right or wrong.