# Math-Calculus

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i have to questions that just need to be checked on to see if i got them right.

Lim x-->infinity for both problems

10/x+10 is number one

i got 0 for this one. or is it does not exist.

lim x-->infinity

6x/6x+5

for this one I got One. (1) is that correct.??

• Math-Calculus -

the first one is zero
the second one is correct

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