Calculus

What does lim x-->∞ f(x)/g(x)=0 show?

a) g(x) grows faster than f(x) as x goes to infinity
b) f(g) and g(x) grow at the same rate as x goes to infinity
c) f(x) grows faster than g(x) as x goes to infinity
d) LHopital's Rule must be used to determine the true limit value

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  1. if the limit is zero, the denominator is much greater than the numerator, right?

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  2. I answered a) in my test

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  3. right?

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