Calculus
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What is the domain of f(x)= (x3)/(x^29)?
lim f(x)
x>3

Reiny
domain of f(x) :
any real number, x ≠ 3
lim (x3)/(x^2  9) , x >3
= lim (x3)((x3)(x+3))
= lim 1/(x+3) , as x >3
= 1/6 
Steve@Math
x = 3 is also excluded from the domain, eh? since x^29 = 0
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