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Use a graphing utility to complete the table and estimate the limit as x approaches infinity. Then use a
9x2
graphing utility to graph the function and estimate the limit graphically. (Round your answers to one decimal place.)
f(x)
8 +X
100
101
102
103
Fx)
104
105
106
lim f(x)
Noed Holrn2
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Transcribed Image Text:Use a graphing utility to complete the table and estimate the limit as x approaches infinity. Then use a 9x2 graphing utility to graph the function and estimate the limit graphically. (Round your answers to one decimal place.) f(x) 8 +X 100 101 102 103 Fx) 104 105 106 lim f(x) Noed Holrn2
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