
Help me check my calculus answers
1. Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x goes to infinity?  2^x  3^x  e^x inf f(x)/g(x) = 5 show?  g(x) grows faster than f(x) as x goes to infinity.  f(x) and g(x) grow at the same rate as x goes to infinity.
asked by Wiliam on July 6, 2018 
Calculus check please
1. Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x goes to infinity?  2^x  3^x  e^x (my answer)  x^20 2. Compare the rates of growth of f(x) = x + sinx and g(x) = x as x approaches infinity.  f(x) grows faster than g(x) as x goes to infinity.
asked by Deondre on July 3, 2018 
Calculus, please check my answers!
1. Evaluate: lim x>infinity(x^47x+9)/(4+5x+x^3) 0 1/4 1 4 ***The limit does not exist. 2. Evaluate: lim x>infinity (2^x+x^3)/(x^2+3^x) 0 1 3/2 ***2/3 The limit does not exist. 3. lim x>0 (x^37x+9)/(4^x+x^3) 0 1/4 1 ***9 The limit does not exist. 4.For
asked by Samantha on October 7, 2013 
Calculus help, please!
1. Evaluate: lim x>infinity(x^47x+9)/(4+5x+x^3) 0 1/4 1 4 The limit does not exist. 2. Evaluate: lim x>infinity (2^x+x^3)/(x^2+3^x) 0 1 3/2 2/3 The limit does not exist. 3. lim x>0 (x^37x+9)/(4^x+x^3) 0 1/4 1 9 The limit does not exist. 4.For the
asked by Samantha on October 6, 2013 
Check my CALCULUS answers please!
Any short explanation for things I got wrong would be great, too, if possible! Thanks in advanced! :) 8. Which of the following functions grows the fastest? ***b(t)=t^43t+9 f(t)=2^tt^3 h(t)=5^t+t^5 c(t)=sqrt(t^25t) d(t)=(1.1)^t 9. Which of the following
asked by Samantha on October 7, 2013 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x goes to infinity? a) f(x) √x b) f(x) √(x+1) c) f(x) √(10x+1) d) They all grow at the same rate as x goes to infinity
asked by Alice on March 22, 2019 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x goes to infinity? (2 points) f(x) = ex f(x) = 2x f(x) = 4x f(x) = e2x
asked by Kim on July 29, 2018 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x goes to infinity? (2 points) f(x) = ln(x) f(x) = log2(x) f(x) = x2 f(x) = 2x
asked by Kim on July 29, 2018 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x goes to infinity? 3^x ln(x) e^4x x^10 I put e^4x but I thought that 3^x might have been it too. I know for sure that it is not ln(x) and x^10 because those grow much slower.
asked by Henry on February 20, 2016 
Calculus Please Check my answers
Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x grows without bound? f(x)=x^2 g(x)=x^2+5x
asked by Ke$ha on May 21, 2017 
Math
Which of the following functions grows the fastest as x grows without bound? f(x) = x10 g(x) = ln(x10) h(x) = 10x They all grow at the same rate.
asked by Youngin on January 25, 2018 
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
asked by Alice on March 14, 2019 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows at the same rate as e^x as x goes to infinity? a) e^(x+3) b) e^(3x) c) e^(2x) d) e^(x)
asked by Alice on March 12, 2019 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows the slowest as x goes to infinity? x^e e^x ex they all grow the same rate. I think it is c because it does not have any exponents.
asked by Henry on February 20, 2016 
Calculus
Which of the following functions grows at the same rate as 3^x as x goes to infinity? a)2^x b)sqrt(3^(x)+4) c)sqrt(6^x) d)sqrt(9^(x)+5^(x)) I tried this, but I'm not sure how to deal with the square roots when using l'hopital's rule. I don't think the
asked by Anonymous on April 19, 2018 
MATH
I have been trying to do this problem for a couple of days but i cant seem to get the answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. For each of the following forms determine whether the following limit type is indeterminate, always has a fixed finite
asked by bobby on April 16, 2012 
Calculus
Compare the rates of growth of f(x) = x + sinx and g(x) = x as x approaches infinity. f(x) grows faster than g(x) as x goes to infinity. g(x) grows faster than f(x) as x goes to infinity. f(x) and g(x) grow at the same rate as x goes to infinity. The rate
asked by Henry on February 20, 2016 
math
functions f(x)=rad. x9 write the intervals of the functions. How do I put the set of numbers in the form of intervals such as infinity. I solved it and got the answer as this: x < or = 9 (infinity,9] Please help me, I am stuck.
asked by Caroline on September 9, 2009 
Algebra
Use the function below to answer the following parts. f(x) = 1/3x  4 if 6 ¡Ü x < ¨C 3 2 if ¨C 3 < x < 3 x^2 ¨C 4 if x > 3 I know that: Domain= [6,infinity] Range= [6,infinity] and points of discontinuity = x=3,x=3 How do i graph these functions?
asked by Jimmy on May 5, 2011 
science
How would i write an hypothesis for this? What grass seed grows the fastest?
asked by jazz on November 2, 2008 
math
Which function grows the fastest for large values of x? f(x)=1.5x f(x)=8x f(x)=3x f(x)=4x2+3
asked by Jay on May 24, 2017 
Math
What is the domain of f/g, given f(x)= x+2 and g(x)= x7? I was told this below, all real numbers EXCEPT 7 But My choices are this, (infinity,7) U (7,infinity) (infinity,7) U (7,infinity) (infinity,2) U (2,7)U (7,infinity) (infinity,infinity)
asked by Kate on December 14, 2017 
Calculus
Find the horizontal asymptote of f(x)=e^x  x lim x>infinity (e^x)x= infinity when it's going towards infinity, shouldn't it equal to negative infinity, since 0infinity =  infinity lim x> infinity (e^x)x= infinity
asked by sh on December 8, 2010 
Calculus
Which of the following grows faster than e^x as x> infinity x^4 ln(x) e^x 3^x .5e^x
asked by Kevin on June 3, 2016 
Calculus
Sketch the graph of the function that has the following properties. f is continuous on (infinity, infinity). points: (1,2), (0, 0), (1,0) f'(x)>0 at (infinity, 1) f'(1)=0 f'(x)0 on (1, infinity) f"(x)0 on (0, infinity) I'm having trouble graphing
asked by Sarah on June 30, 2016 
Math
Which describes the end behavior of the graph of the function f(x)=2x^35x^2+x? a. f(x) approaches infinity as x approaches negative infinity and f(x) approaches infinity as x approaches infinity b. f(x) approaches negative infinity as x approaches
asked by Girly Girl on October 29, 2017 
Differential Equation
Determine if the following pair of functions is linearly independent or dependent on (infinity sign, infinity sign): f(t) = e^(3x) and g(t)=xe^(3x)
asked by Maegan on July 14, 2012 
Please check my Caclulus
1. Find all intervals on which the graph of y=(x^2+1)/x^2 is concave upward. A. (negative infinity, infinity) B. (negative infinity, 1) U (1, infinity) C. (negative infinity, 0) U (0, infinity) D. (1, infinity) E. none of these I got C. I found the second
asked by Anonymous on January 12, 2015 
Algebra
Solve x(x7)(x9)
asked by Rachale on July 22, 2009 
Algebra
f(x)=root sign, and inside that x2 and g(x)x7. Which of the following is the domain of the quotient function? A. (infinity,2] B. (infinity,7) U (7,infinity) C. [2,7) U (7,infinity) D. (2, infinity)
asked by Laurie on June 19, 2009 
Math
f(x)=root sign, and inside that x2 and g(x)x7. Which of the following is the domain of the quotient function? A. (infinity,2] B. (infinity,7) U (7,infinity) C. [2,7) U (7,infinity) D. (2, infinity)
asked by Kim on June 19, 2009 
math;)
1. At which values of x does the graph of f(x)=cos x intersect the xaxis? Select all that apply. (2 answers) a. 0*** b. pi/2*** c. pi d. 3pi/2 e. 2pi 2. Which of the following represents the domain and range of y=tan x? a. domain: infinity
asked by girly girl on March 7, 2018 
Algebra
Given f(x)=rootsignx2 and g(x) = x7 what is the domain of the quotient function? A. (infinity,2] B. )infinity,7 U (7, infinity) C. [2,7) U (7, infinity) D. (2,infinity) Responses
asked by Carmin on June 18, 2009 
algbra
Evaluate each of the functions below at x = 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16. Plot the graph of each function. Classify each as linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, or logarithmic, and explain the reasons for your classifications. Compare how quickly each
asked by peg on March 23, 2011 
algebra
Evaluate each of the functions below at x = 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16. Plot the graph of each function. Classify each as linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, or logarithmic, and explain the reasons for your classifications. Compare how quickly each
asked by peg on March 23, 2011 
Science
The fastest growing plant on record is the hesperoyucca whipplei suppose a plant of this type grows 2.5 m in 14 days, what is the growth rate in micrometer per second?
asked by Marwa on October 2, 2016 
calculus
If f has domain [0, infinity) and has no horizontal asymptotes, then lim_(x>infinity) f(x) = infinity or lim_(x>infinity) f(x) = infinity. Can someone please clarify whether this statement is true or false? Thank you
asked by Tersa on October 15, 2010 
algebra 2
what is the domain in interval notation when the restrictions are x cannot = 2 and x cannot = 2? I got (infinity, 2) U (2,infinity) (infinity, 2) U (2, infinity) but my math teacher marked this as wrong
asked by marcus on October 12, 2015 
Algebra
Given f(x)=rootsignx2 and g(x) = x7 what is the domain of the quotient function? A. (infinity,2] B. )infinity,7 U (7, infinity) C. [2,7) U (7, infinity) D. (2,infinity)
asked by Shelly on June 17, 2009 
Algebra
Given f(x)=rootsignx2 and g(x) = x7 what is the domain of the quotient function? A. (infinity,2] B. )infinity,7 U (7, infinity) C. [2,7) U (7, infinity) D. (2,infinity)
asked by Breanna on June 18, 2009 
Algebra
Given f(x)=rootsignx2 and g(x) = x7 what is the domain of the quotient function? A. (infinity,2] B. )infinity,7 U (7, infinity) C. [2,7) U (7, infinity) D. (2,infinity)
asked by Jamie on June 18, 2009 
algebra
Evaluate each of the functions below at x = 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16. Plot the graph of each function. Classify each as linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, or logarithmic, and explain the reasons for your classifications. Compare how quickly each
asked by peg on March 24, 2011 
Algebra
I know what the answer is just not how to exopress it. Can someone help me please? State the domain of the function: f(x)(2+x)/(3x) Now I know the domain is (infinity,3) U (3, infinity)? (infinity,3] U [3, infinity) ? How do I express it? do I use ]
asked by Cassie on July 27, 2009 
Algebra
I know what the answer is just not how to exopress it. Can someone help me please? State the domain of the function: f(x)(2+x)/(3x) Now I know the domain is (infinity,3) U (3, infinity)? (infinity,3] U [3, infinity) ? How do I express it? do I use ]
asked by Cassie on July 27, 2009 
BC Calculus
lim x >infinity (e^x/lnx) I got infinity/0 but is that allowed to be my answer? what about this one: limx>infinity (sqrt of x /e^x) i got 0/infinity for this.
asked by Bob on September 8, 2009 
Algebra
What is the answer? I came up with C. is this correct? Thanks for the help in advance! f(x)=root sign, and inside that x2 and g(x)x7. Which of the following is the domain of the quotient function f/g? A. (infinity,2] B. (infinity,7) U (7,infinity) C.
asked by Laurie on June 19, 2009 
Algebra 2 @ Steve
I have another question regarding functions, but instead if you are adding up functions that are in a radical. f(x) and g(x) are both square root of x+5. To find the domain of f+g, fg, fg, and f/g, would I find the domain of each function...[5,infinity)?
asked by Serena on November 2, 2013 
Math
1. If 1/infinity = infinity or infinity ? 2. If lim x>infinity^ = infinity & lim x>inifinity^+ = infinity, then lim x>infinity = does not exist. Am i right? If im wrong please tell me the reason why?
asked by Ifi on April 6, 2013 
Math
1. If 1/infinity = infinity or infinity ? 2. If lim x>infinity^ = infinity & lim x>inifinity^+ = infinity, then lim x>infinity = does not exist. Am i right? If im wrong please tell me the reason why?
asked by Moly on April 6, 2013 
Algebra
Use the function below to answer the following parts. 1/3x  4 if 6 3 I found out the domain, range, and points of disontinuity. I think i did them right: Domain= [6,infinity] Range= [6,infinity] and points of discontinuity = x=3,x=3 How do i graph
asked by Jimmy on May 5, 2011 
Calc Please Help
Are these correct? lim x>0 (x)/(sqrt(x^2+4)  2) I get 4/0= +/ infinity so lim x>0+ = + infinity? and lim x>0 = + infinity? lim x>1 (x^2  5x + 6)/(x^2  3x + 2) I get 2/0, so lim x> 1+ =  infinity? and lim x>1 = + infinity? lim h>0
asked by Chelsea on October 14, 2010 
calc
Are these correct? lim x>0 (x)/(sqrt(x^2+4)  2) I get 4/0= +/ infinity so lim x>0+ = + infinity? and lim x>0 = + infinity? lim x>1 (x^2  5x + 6)/(x^2  3x + 2) I get 2/0, so lim x> 1+ =  infinity? and lim x>1 = + infinity? lim h>0
asked by Chelsea on October 13, 2010 
Calc. Limits
Are these correct? lim x>0 (x)/(sqrt(x^2+4)  2) I get 4/0= +/ infinity so lim x>0+ = + infinity? and lim x>0 = + infinity? lim x>1 (x^2  5x + 6)/(x^2  3x + 2) I get 2/0, so lim x> 1+ =  infinity? and lim x>1 = + infinity? lim h>0
asked by Chelsea on October 13, 2010 
Calculus
Determine convergence or divergence for the following series. State the tests used and justify your answers. Sum (infinity, n=1) 1/(1+e^n) Sum (infinity, n=1) (2*4*6...2n)/n! Sum (infinity, n=0) (n6)/n Sum (infinity, n=0) (n6)/n! Sum (infinity, n=0)
asked by Jade on March 4, 2013 
math
If f(x)=x7 and g(x)=sqrt(4x), what is the domain of the function f/g? a. (infinity, 4) b. (infinity, 4] c. (4, infinity) d. [4, infinity) e. (4, 7) U (7, infinity)
asked by Kathy on August 5, 2011 
Algebra
Given f(x) = ãx  2 and , which of the following is the domain of the quotient function ? a.(infinity,2] b.(infinity,7) U (7,infinity) c.[2,7) U (7, infinity) d.(2, infinity)
asked by Alex on June 17, 2009 
precalc
find two functions f and g such that (f+g)(x) = 5 and domain of f + g is [0, infinity)
asked by m on September 27, 2011 
science help check
Which of these is an example of an experiment? plant growth is affected by temperature leaves may change color due to temperature add different quantities of water to three potted plants the plant which gets the most sunlight grows the fastest is it c
asked by Oscar on February 23, 2016 
ALGEBRA
Solve the inequality. (Enter INFINITY for infinity and INFINITY for infinity as needed.) 6
asked by Randy on April 25, 2012 
ALGEBRA
Solve the inequality. (Enter INFINITY for infinity and INFINITY for infinity as needed.) 9x>=4 x + 34
asked by Randy on April 11, 2012 
ALGEBRA
Solve the inequality. (Enter INFINITY for infinity and INFINITY for infinity as needed.) 6
asked by Mike on April 30, 2012 
ALGEBRA
Solve the inequality. (Enter INFINITY for infinity and INFINITY for infinity as needed.) 3
asked by Randy on April 11, 2012 
English
1. We were the (fastest, most fastest) swimmers on the team. 1.fastest
asked by Hayden on February 22, 2011 
Calculus
For which pair of functions f(x) and g(x) below will the lim(x>infinity) f(x)g(x)≠0 a)f(x) = 10x + e^x; g(x) = (1/5x) b)f(x) = x^2; g(x) = e^4x c)f(x) = (Lnx)^3; g(x) = 1/x d)f(x) = √x; g(x) = e^x
asked by anon on November 30, 2016 
Calculus
For which of these functions f(x) does limit as x approaches negative infinity f(x)=2 A. (x2)/(3x5) B. 2x/sqrt(x2) C. (2x^26x+1)/(1+x^2) D. (2x1)/(x^2+1) E. None of these
asked by Anonymous on November 30, 2014 
AP Calculus
For which of these functions f(x) does limit as x approaches negative infinity f(x)=2 A. (x2)/(3x5) B. 2x/sqrt(x2) C. (2x^26x+1)/(1+x^2) D. (2x1)/(x^2+1) E. None of these
asked by Sarah on November 30, 2014 
calculus  interval of convergence
infinity of the summation n=0: ((n+2)/(10^n))*((x5)^n) .. my work so far. i used the ratio test = lim (n>infinity)  [((n+3)/(10^(n+1)))*((x5)^(n+1))] / [((n+2)/(10^n))*((x5)^n)]  .. now my question is: was it ok for me to add "+1" to "n+2" to become
asked by COFFEE on July 30, 2007 
Math Please Check
Please tell me if this are right. Thank you! Find the exact location of all the relative and absolute extrema? h(t) = t^3  3t^2 domain: [1, + infinity) For this one I got x=2 as the minimum, and x=0 as the maximum. g(t) = 3t^4  16t^3 + 24t^2 +1 domain:
asked by Jennifer on October 30, 2014 
calculus  interval of convergence
infinity of the summation n=0: ((n+2)/(10^n))*((x5)^n) .. my work so far. i used the ratio test = lim (n>infinity)  [((n+3)/(10^(n+1)))*((x5)^(n+1))] / [((n+2)/(10^n))*((x5)^n)]  .. now my question is: was it ok for me to add "+1" to "n+2" to become
asked by COFFEE on July 29, 2007 
Calculus  ratio test
infinity of the summation n=1: (e^n)/(n!) [using the ratio test] my work so far: = lim (n>infinity)  [(e^n+1)/((n+1)!)] / [(e^n)/(n!)]  = lim (n>infinity)  [(e^n+1)/((n+1)!)] * [(n!)/(e^n)]  = lim (n>infinity)  ((e^n)(e^1)(n!)) / ((n+1)(n!)(e^n)) 
asked by COFFEE on July 29, 2007 
calculus  ratio test
infinity of the summation n=1: (e^n)/(n!) [using the ratio test] my work so far: = lim (n>infinity)  [(e^n+1)/((n+1)!)] / [(e^n)/(n!)]  = lim (n>infinity)  [(e^n+1)/((n+1)!)] * [(n!)/(e^n)]  = lim (n>infinity)  ((e^n)(e^1)(n!)) / ((n+1)(n!)(e^n)) 
asked by COFFEE on July 30, 2007 
Calculus
I'm doing graphs/domain/range of basic functions. I have three questions: How do I find the domain and range of a function? (more preferably range...I'm okay but shaky on domain) Ex: f(x)=1/(x^2) Also, how do you write the domain and range with notation?
asked by Anonymous on September 1, 2009 
Calculus 3
Determine whether the lines intersect(have a common point) and if so, find the coordinates of that point? r(t) = < 4t+3, 4t + 2, 6t + 6>, for infinity < t < infinity R(s) = < s + 2, 3s  1, 4s + 10>, for infinity < t < infinity And if r and R describe
asked by Z32 on February 18, 2011 
Calculus
I've been trying to solve the improper integral of ln(x)/sqrt(x) dx as a=1 and b=infinity I am required to solve for this question and according to my answer, it is divergent. However, my answer is infinity4. Is it acceptable to say that infinity minus a
asked by Confused on February 28, 2013 
Mathintergration
Show that integrate.[e^(4x)*(cos 3x)] from 0infinity =4/25 I got the answer(without applying limits) as, {(e^(4x) )[3sin(3x)  4cos(3x)]}/25 But when applying the upper limit what is the value of, {(e^(infinity) )[3sin(3*infinity) 4cos(3*infinity) ]
asked by Shenaya on July 29, 2017 
Math
For the graph of (3x)/(5x+2)^3: is the following information right? xintercept: (3,0) yintercept: (0,0.375) vertical asymptote: x= 0.4 horizontal asymptote: y=0 increasing: (4.7, infinity) decreasing: (infinity, 0.4) (0.4, 4.7) concave up: (0.4,
asked by Tim on March 26, 2010 
Algebra
Solve 9 – 4x > 7 and write interval notation for the solution set. A.(1/2, 4) B. (4,1/2) C. (1/2, infinity) D. (infinity U (4, infinity) I say the answer is D..Am i correct?
asked by Rachale on July 7, 2009 
pre algebra
what is the domain of the function below? f(x)= x^2 + 11 thank you choices are: 1. ( infinity, 11) 2. (infinity, infinity) 3.(11, 11) 4. (11, infinity)
asked by mark on October 25, 2017 
Algebra
Convert these solutions into an inequality A)[3, infinity) b)(infinity, 2] U (3,18) C)(infinity, 5] U (8, infinity)
asked by megan...Help on August 25, 2013 
Calculus Limits
Question: If lim(f(x)/x)=5 as x approaches 0, then lim(x^2(f(1/x^2))) as x approaches infinity is equal to (a) 5 (b) 5 (c) infinity (d) 1/5 (e) none of these The answer key says (a) 5. So this is what I know: Since lim(f(x)/x)=5 as x approaches 0,
asked by Anonymous on March 2, 2019 
English
1. The grass grows thick in the garden. 2. The grass grows thickly in the garden. 3. The grass grows thin in the garden. 4. The grass grows thinly in the garden. (Which expressions are correct and grammatical?)
asked by rfvv on October 11, 2012 
Calculus
These two q's for my homework I am very confused on how to do: First Question: Using Newton’s method, approximate the value of √5 up to 2 decimal points starting with x1 = 3. 2nd Question: Thomas Malthus was an economist that predicted that the
asked by Anonymous on November 16, 2014 
Calculus I (PLEASE HELP!)
These two q's for my homework I am very confused on how to do: First Question: Using Newton’s method, approximate the value of √5 up to 2 decimal points starting with x1 = 3. 2nd Question: Thomas Malthus was an economist that predicted that the
asked by Anonymous on November 16, 2014 
Calculus
find the intervals where the function is increasing and the intervals where it is decreasing f(x)= (x^3/3)(x^2/2) ok i found its derivative which is (f1(x)=(x1)x my options are increasing a) (0,infinity) b) (1,0) c(infinity,0)U(1,infinity) decreasing
asked by Katia on March 9, 2011 
calculus
State which of the conditions are applicable to the graph of y = f(x). (Select all that apply.) lim x→infinity f(x) = −infinity lim x→a+ f(x) = L lim x→infinity f(x) = L f is continuous on [0, a] lim x→infinity f(x) = 0 f(a) is not defined lim
asked by Lyric on September 22, 2011 
calculus
lim t> infinity for sqrt(4t^25t1)/(2t3) I get infinity or infinity, but the real answer is 1. How does this occur?
asked by Joshua on October 16, 2013 
Math
Let f:[0,infinity) > R be a differentiable function such that f'(x) >= f(x) > 0 for all x in [0,infinity). Construct a proof to show that f'(x) >= f(x) for all x in [0,infinity).
asked by Annoymous on September 25, 2016 
math
Choose any two specific functions (not already chosen by a classmate) that have inverses. Use your chosen functions to answer any one of the following questions: If the inverses of two functions are both functions, will the inverse of the composite
asked by rachelle on October 19, 2018 
calculus
Choose any two specific functions (not already chosen by a classmate) that have inverses. Use your chosen functions to answer any one of the following questions: If the inverses of two functions are both functions, will the inverse of the composite
asked by hi on September 14, 2018 
Algebra
please check my answers. thanxs! Solve the polynomial inequality and graph the solution set on a number line. Express the solution set in interval notation. x^2  6x + 5 > 0 I got (ininity,1) u (5, infinity) x^2  3x  18 < 0 I got (infinity,3) u (6,
asked by Liz on October 24, 2007 
Inequality
please check my answers. thanxs! Solve the polynomial inequality and graph the solution set on a number line. Express the solution set in interval notation. x^2  6x + 5 > 0 I got (ininity,1) u (5, infinity) x^2  3x  18 < 0 I got (infinity,3) u (6,
asked by Liz on October 23, 2007 
Precal
Please determine the following limits if they exist. If the limit does not exist put DNE. lim 2+6x3x^2 / (2x+1)^2 x>  infinity lim 4n3 / 3n^2+2 n> infinity I did lim 2+6x3x^2 / (2x+1)^2 x>  infinity (2+6x3x²)/(4x²+4x+1) (2/x² + 6/x 3)/(4 + 4/x
asked by Randy on May 9, 2010 
Precalc
Find an equation of a rational function that satisfies the given conditions. Vertical asymptote: x = 4 Horizontal asymptote: y = 0 Xintercepts: none Yintercepts (0, 1/4) Multiplicity of 1 Removable discontinuity: x = 1 End behavior: x > infinity, f(x)
asked by Max on November 13, 2017 
College Algebra
Pinocchio has a problem with lying. Everytime he lies, his nose grows. The size of his nose grows inversely to the square of the lying index(less truth is a statement). If his nose grows to 3 inches with a lying index of 2, what will be the lying index if
asked by Anonymous please help :) on February 18, 2013 
calculus
what is the answer for the integral of (1/(xln(x)) from 1 to infinity? I first found the integral using u substitution so u=ln(x) and du=1/x*dx this gave my du/u,leading to the ln(u) =ln(ln(x)) from 1 to infinity then I did the limit as t approaches
asked by sarah on February 6, 2008 
math
Read the question and choose the best answer. The standard distance for the marathon race was set by the International Amateur Athletic Federation in May 1921 at a distance of 42.195 kilometers (26 miles 385 yards). The Summer Olympics Marathon record was
asked by Anonymous on February 13, 2014 
college algebra
now i understand both intersection and union but not with an infinity. how do i figure this out (infinity,4)n(0,infinity)
asked by Marie on February 23, 2013 
math
if the inequality is: (x+5/x2)>0 . "x5 over x2 greater or equal to 0". What would be the solution? a.(infinity sign, 5] U (2, infinity sign) b.(5,2) c.(infinity sign, 5) U [2, infinity sign) d.[5,2] My answer was C. Am I correct?
asked by kim on October 31, 2014 
English
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 3:39am. 1. The grass grows thick in the garden. 2. The grass grows thickly in the garden. 3. The grass grows thin in the garden. 4. The grass grows thinly in the garden. (Which expressions are correct and
asked by rfvv on October 11, 2012 
calc
Let g and h be nonnegative functions with limits 1 and infinity, respectively, as x → a. What is the limit of the function below as x → a? If it cannot be determined, write the indeterminate form. (9 + g(x))^−h(x) I don't understand, please explain!
asked by Anonymous on July 15, 2012