Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH100/December 2010/Question 01 (b)
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Question 01 (b) 

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Or determine that this limit does not exist. 
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Hint 1 

We can't plug in the limit value. Factoring doesn't immediately help either (if you try it you should end up with something of the form infinity times 0). What other techniques can we try? 
Hint 2 

Try rationalizing the numerator. 
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Solution 

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Please rate my easiness! It's quick and helps everyone guide their studies. Rationalizing the numerator gives Now we can factor the denominator. Remembering that , we have that As the limit goes to positive infinity, and so 