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Algebraic limits

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The limit as x approaches infinity. (1)/(5^x)

The limit as x approaches 1. (1-x^3)/(2-sqrt(x^2-3))

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    what do you think? Both are straighforward, with the caveat the second has a complex number limit(it has a sqrt (-2) in the denominator.

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    how is it straightforward? they both go to indeterminates.

  • Algebraic limits -

    Nope, the first has real number in the numerator, and a infinity in the denominator.

    The second has a zero in the numerator, and a complex number in the denominator.

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