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what happens when the limit goes to infinity

4x-6sqrt(x)

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    since x grows faster than sqrt(x)

    f(x) --> oo as x -->oo

    In fact, x grows so much faster than sqrt(x),f(x) --> 4x

    When x is 10000, 4x/f(x) = 1.015
    when x is 1000000, 4x/f(x) = 1.002

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