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posted by Tersa .
Can someone please help explain these two questions for me. For the first one my guess is that it is infinity and for the second question it would be at 0.
Find the limit.
lim_(x>infinity) (x^(3)  2x + 3)/(4  5 x^(2))
Locate the discontinuities of the function.
y = 2/(1 + e^(1\/x))
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