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lim of x as it approaches infinity for sqrt of x^2 -1/2x+1

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    x^2 -1/2x+1 = x/2 - 1/4 - 3/(4(2x+1))
    as x-->oo, that goes to oo as well.

    Discard all of the numerator and denominator except the highest powers. For large x, your function just looks like x/2. Big, big limit.

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