Posted by **Mishaka** on Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 6:34pm.

What is the limit of the function as x approaches infinity?

(x^4 - 7x + 9) / (4 + 5x + x^3)

From what I know, the limit should be infinity since the greater exponent is in the numerator. However, I am only given the options: 0, (1/4), 1, 4, or Does not exist. Is there an error on the part of the answers given, or am i doing this wrong?

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