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Homework Help: math

Posted by susan on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at 9:30am.

i really dont understand why this 1-lim 3/(y+4) [the lim is x->infinity] the ans is 0 while this 2-lim (7-6x^5)/(x+3) [x->+infinity ] is - infinity.
can anyone explain why the 1 is zero & the 2 is infinity.

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