How to solve this limit?

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2016-04-21 02:51:46

(2x^2/(1-x^2)) + 3^(1/x) for the first half you can simply divide all terms by the highest power of x to get: 2/(1/x^2-1) as x approaches infinity you have 2/-1=-2 For the second part the exponent approaches zero as x approaches infinity and anything raised to the zero power is equal to 1 so you have: -2+1=-1 So the limit as x approaches infinity is -1.

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