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From Steve A: The term with the highest exponent dominates a...
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The term with the highest exponent dominates as you approach infinity.
Numerator 3x^8
Denominator 7x^12
The denominator's exponent is larger, so this goes to 0.
If the denominator's exponent were smaller, it would go to infinity. Negative because of the sign.
If the largest exponents were the same, it would go to a simple fraction of the leading coefficients. 3/7