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Let f(x) = 9* X^9 - 12 * x^2 +2 g(x) = c * X^n - 5 * X^2 +15 with-(Answered)

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Let f(x) = 9* X^9 ?- 12 * x^2 +2

? ? ? ?g(x) = c * X^n - 5 * X^2 +15

? ? ? ?with c not equal to zero.

? ? ? ?Then ?lim of x approaches infinity f(x)/ g(x) = infinity?




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This implies that "c" should be (a) greater than / less than ? (b) what number ?

and "n" should be (a) greater than / less than / equal to ? (b) what number ?

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