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Limit x tend to infinite under root x bi under root x plus under root x plus under root xPls solve this question step by step.

Limit x tend to infinite under root x bi under root x plus under root x plus under root xPls solve this question step by step.

Grade:12th pass

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mithra iyengar
11 Points
4 years ago
Under root x/x+x+x+…………… here add one and subtract one It becomes under root (x-x+x+………/x+x+x+…………) +1. As x tends to infinity the part under the bracket becomes one and we will be left with under root 2 and I think that is the answer.

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