Hello Everyone, Tom from everystepcalculus.com and everystepphysics.com. I’m going to do another Limit to Infinity problem. Index 88 to my menu. Choose Limits. Scroll to compute limit. Enter the function by pressing alpha. This test problem is seven times x cubed plus nine. Uh oh, I forgot the left parentheses. Press second, go there quick. Divided by x squared plus 3. Add the Infinity indication. Choose the other button, and the yellow register is underneath. See the yellow letters, that’s what that does for us to that register when you press the yellow button there. I always show you what you’ve entered, you can change it if you want. which you better you can change it if want. You’re dividing everything, every term in that problem by the highest order term in the denominator. This here equals this and then we add infinity to these, it’s going to come seven because anytime you take a number. So when you multiply times Infinity it becomes Infinity. So here’s Infinity and second one is zero.Numerator Limit is Infinity. Denominator divided by the highest order term of denominator is this. That equals. When you’re add Infinity, that equals one zero. The Denominator limit is one. The Problem limit is Infinity then. Infinity over one. Pretty neat, huh? everystepcalculus.com, visit my site and buy my programs. Thank you

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