Posted by **Anonymous** on Friday, January 25, 2013 at 6:35pm.

what is the limit as x goes to infinity of

(8x^3-10x^2-2x)/(3-10x-11x^3)?

what is the limit as x goes to NEGATIVE infinity of

(8x^3-10x^2-2x)/(3-10x-11x^3)?

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**Reiny**, Friday, January 25, 2013 at 6:40pm
as x get larger your expression reduces to

8x^3/-11x^3 , the other terms become

this approaches -8/11

when x becomes negative infinity, the numerator is negative, but the bottom is positive, so

still -8/11

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