calculus ap
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find limit as x goes to infiniti of 8x^43x^2+2 over 9x^5+7x^43x^2+2

look at example 2:
http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/LimitsatInfinity.topicArticleId39909,articleId39874.html
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