# Calculus, Limits

Find the limit.
lim
t → ∞
(sqrt t + t^2)/(6t − t^2)

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1. when t --oo
top --> t^2
bottom --> -t^2

result --> -1

try it with some big numbers :)

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posted by Damon
2. Thank you! That was a huge help!

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