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## Homework Statement

Find the limit of e

^{(-t/2)}((k/2)t+c) as t approaches infinity where k and c are constants

## Homework Equations

Not sure..?

## The Attempt at a Solution

Plugging in t = infinity gives me an indeterminate form, and multiple applications of L'hopital's rule have led me no where. Any suggestions? I can see graphically that it goes to 0, but I'm not sure how to show this analytically. I can see that if I expand it, the e

^{(-t/2)}c term goes to zero, but I'm not sure about the other term.