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    Use algebra and limits to find the limits:

    a) lim of x+1/x-2 as x approaches +infinity
    b) lim of x^2+1/x^2 - 5 as x approaches -infinity
    c) lim of x^2+1/x^3 - 2 as x approaches + infinity
    d) lim of x^3+1/x^2 + 2 as x approaches - infinity

    check answers by graphing the functions

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