Plus there is always a risk when one tries to simplify. I won't feel happy publishing this page until it has been under the microscope for a while.

]]>Earlier, you defined the degree of a function as the limit of log(f(x))/log(x) as x goes to infinity.

log(x) goes to infinity as x goes to infinity, and so for the degree to be positive, log(f(x)) would have to go to infinity as well.

Similarly, for the degree to be negative, log(f(x)) would have to go to -∞, which means that f(x) would have to go to 1/∞, or 0.

The rest of the page looks really good as well. It might look a bit better if you could remove the white background from where you've been using LaTeX.

]]>Any criticism would be good, but there is a section which may be downright wrong, but I have not been able to prove or disprove it. It is marked with warning signs around it, and reads:

* if the Degree of the Equation is:*

* * greater than 0, the limit is infinity (or -infinity) * less than 0, the limit is 0*

And also, what do you think of these bold statements

** When you see "limit", think "approaching"*, or

** the limit is infinity (which is really saying the function is limitless).*

You won't hurt my feelings, it is only a draft, so let fly!

]]>