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Alissa Hutchinson 2022-05-12 Answered
I want to find the limit:
n 2 + n n 3 n 3
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Mathias Patrick
Answered 2022-05-13 Author has 22 answers
Both parts of the expression are "about n" for large n. So, you can separate the problem into finding
lim n n 2 + n n
and
lim n n 3 n 3 n ,
both of which are amenable to the relationships you wish to use.
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