Calculus
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What is the limit?
1. limit as x goes to POSITIVE infinity
(10x+8)/(7x^23x+5)
2. as x goes to NEGATIVE infinity
(10x+8)/(7x^23x+5)

10 x/7x^2 >10/7x > oo
10 x  /7 x^2 > 10/7 x > oo
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