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Given the function `f(x)=1/(x5)^2+7` To find find the horizpntal asymptote, we look at the limit when x tends towards infinity. We obtain `lim_(x>oo)f(x)=0+7=7` Hence Horizontal Asymptote is... 
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If the question is `lim_(x>oo)sin((x1)/2+x^2)` then the limit does not exist because the sine function is an oscillating function. If the question is `lim_(x>oo)sin((x1)/(2+x^2))` then we... 
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The symbol n! is called n factorial and is defined as the product of the natural numbers up to n. n!=1*2*3*4*...*n So in our case: 5!=5*4*3*2*1=120 
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Linear equations can be written in different ways we usually list three main forms: 1st slopeintercept: y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the ycoordinate of the yintercept. 2nd slopepoint:... 
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Given that the two vectors are in the same direction does not necessary mean they have the same magnitude. So suppose v=kw. we obtain:m2=2km+n=4k2m+n=6k Now we need to solve the system of...
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