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If F(x) and G(x) are continuous for all x and both are unlimited;
does the limit [G(x)/F(x)] exist?

Bill J

To answer your question, I need a bit more information: first, what do you mean by "unlimited?" Do you perhaps mean unbounded? Next, your reference to the "limit [G(x)/F(x)]" doesn't make any sense; do you mean the limit of G(x)/F(x) as x tends to infinity, or some finite value?

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