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posted by ella .
lim (76x^5)/(x+3)....
the lim is x>+infinity
[ans=infinity but i get 0]
can someone show me the calculation work.

dividing the expression results in a leading term of
6x^4
as x > + infinity
6x^4 >  infinity
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