Show that the limit of h(x), as x approaches infinity is infinity
x is not equal to 0
Def: h(x)=x^(-1/3) +2x
Not sure here. Limit of a sum is the sum of the limits, etc.
I'm stuck within a piece of software. So, I'm able to apply equations that the software lets me.
I believe the software is called Maple, but I'm not sure
The Attempt at a Solution
I've done a couple of these.
I try going in one direction and get stuck.
So I get to something like
( 1 + 2 ( lim x ^ ( 4/3 ) ) ( lim x ^ ( -1/3 ) )
where both limits are as x->inf