By Arthur Cayley

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You can assume that both f (x) and g(x) have a derivative. (x)) ∞ Hint: In these two cases, ln(f opital’s ln(g(x)) is of the form ∞ , so we can use L’Hˆ rule. 3 Asymptotic Series Knowing the asymptotic behavior of a function gives us an idea of what is happening with the function as x → a. However, we can get a much sharper picture of the behavior with an asymptotic series. 18) n=1 provided each term of the series is asymptotic as x → a to the function created by subtracting the previous terms of the series from f (x).

1 2 3 4 5 6 3 2 lim 3x3 −5x2 +4x−6 x→∞ 2x +7x −4x+5 5 2 lim 4x5 +3x4 +5 x→∞ 5x −8x +3x x 100 lim ex +x x→∞ e +cos x 7 x−1 x−1 3 lim 2 5+3 x+1+x x→∞ √ x −3 2 −3x+4 lim 3x2x−1 x→∞ 10 2 lim √ 3x −4 x→∞ x4 +3x−1 8 9 11 12 √ e2x +x4 x x x→∞ e +2 x 5 2 −x lim √ 2 x→∞ 4x +ex +x√ (ex +cos x) 4x2 −5x+3 √ lim (3x+2) e2x +7x x→∞ √ 2 x) e4x +54x √ lim (e(x2x +sin +x10 ) 5x4 +3x−3 x→∞ (3x+3)20 (x−2)10 lim (2x+5)30 x→∞ lim lim x→∞ (5x2 +4x−3)6 (4x2 +3x−2)8 (3x+5)18 (x−5)10 For problems 13 through 24: Find the following limits involving logarithms.

1 . . . . ....... ............................................. 2 ....... ........ ................ ............................... . . .......................... . . . ... ........ . . . . . . . ............................... 3 2 2 ................................. ................ ................. ... .................... .................... ...... ....................... ...................... ... ..................... ... 8: The curve y 3 − xy 2 + x2 − 2xy + 1 = 0 has two√parts, each of which has both the line y = x + 1 and the parabola y = ± x + 1/2 as asymptotes.

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