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Hello all,

I have this problem I can't solve.. it is a infinite - infinite. I tried it around 5 times and can't find the correct answer (infinite). I'm pretty sure I have to put in evidence x^2 and use a limit law but I can't find the answer.. can someone help me for this problem:

lim x -> +inf. [tex] x - \ln(x^2-1) [/tex]

Thanks very much in advance.

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# Homework Help: Limit question (inf. - inf.)

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