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For what values of a and b lim x→∞[(x^2 + 1/x+1)− ax − b] = 0

For what values of a and b
lim


x→∞[(x^2 + 1/x+1)− ax − b] = 0

Grade:11

1 Answers

Parvez ali
askIITians Faculty 47 Points
7 years ago
lim x -infinite ((1-a)x^2+(1-b)x+1)/x^2
= lim x -infinite (1-a)+(1-b)/x +1/x^2
thus a=1 and b can be any real number not equal to 0




Thanks & Regards
Parvez Ali
askIITians Faculty
Btech
ISM Dhanbad

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