Sligtly more complex than the average one, I'd assume. How would I go about proving that the limit of of a rational expression consisting of two polynomials of the same degree goes to one and the limit of one where the degree of the bottom is greater than the degree of the top goes to zero. I'd imagine i'd have to use induction, but I've never learned it!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This step is actually a step in a more complicated problem, which I've got for the most part.

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# Rational expression limit problem

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