How do you find the limit of (x^2+x^3) as x approaches infinity?

Jun 21, 2016

Answer:

$\setminus \infty$

Explanation:

always worth plugging the limit in at the outset to see what you are up against

so ${\lim}_{x \setminus \to \infty} \left({x}^{2} + {x}^{3}\right) = \left(\setminus {\infty}^{2} + \setminus {\infty}^{3}\right)$

so that's $\setminus \to \setminus \infty$. yes?