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what is a limit problem that equals 30?

I need a limit problem that equals 30. I would like to have infinity in it but i dont know how.

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Steven's answer is correct. Depending on the exact instructions, there may be simpler solutions:

The limit of x as x approaches 30 is 30.

The limit of 30 as x approaches anything, including infinity, is 30.

The limit of 30x/(1+x) as x approaches infinity is 30. If your assignment has to do with L'Hopital's rule, then this might be an appropriate answer.


The limit of sin(30x)/x as x goes to 0 is 30. It has infinity since 1/x goes to infinity as x goes to 0. Any limit that is a non-zero rational number can be scaled to equal 30.