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Hello, I am working on some limit problems and ran into one in which I am lost on how to proceed with:

The problem is:

lim

x -> infinity

x/(log^2(x))

I have a basic understanding of L'Hopital's Rule and attempted to apply it, but just ended up with a confusing mess. I'm assuming I'm supposed to simply first, but am not sure how to proceed. Any guidance as to the techniques to use here would be great. Thanks.

The problem is:

lim

x -> infinity

__x^(2/3)__x/(log^2(x))

I have a basic understanding of L'Hopital's Rule and attempted to apply it, but just ended up with a confusing mess. I'm assuming I'm supposed to simply first, but am not sure how to proceed. Any guidance as to the techniques to use here would be great. Thanks.

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