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Asked Jan 30, 2019

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What is the limit as x approaches positive and negative infinity?

g(x) = (10x^5 + x^4 + 31)/x^6

Step 1

We need to find the limit as *x* approaches positive and negative infinity for the function given below.

Step 2

Limit of this function as *x* approaches positive infinity,

Step 3

Limit of this function as *x* approac...

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