lim as t approaches infinity (t^2 + 2)/(t^3 + t^2 -1)? Would this be 0? Could you show me step by step. I believe we need to divid both top and bottom by the highest power which would be t^3???
jeew-m | Certified Educator
`lim_(xrarroo) (t^2 + 2)/(t^3 + t^2 -1)`
`= lim_(xrarroo) (t^3(1/t+2/t^2))/((t^3(1+1/t-1/t^3)))`
`= lim_(xrarroo) (1/t+2/t^2)/(1+1/t-1/t^3)`
So the answer is 0.