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  1. lim (x-x) for x going to infinity equals? Is it simply 1? r
  2. I need this limit ((x(sqrt(x+2)))/sqrt(x+1))-x to calculate the asymptote of this function: ((x(sqrt(x+2)))/sqrt(x+1)). which, according to the class notes: y=x+1/2 with a = 1, b = 1/2 However, the online math calculators say that currently no steps are supported to show for this kind of problem. I calculated this limit as x*sqrt(1)-x = 1, but apparently the correct answer is 1/2. What is my mistake? Thx in advance. r
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