# What's the limit of xArctan(x/x^2+1) as x approaches positive infinity ?

The boundary:

Now assess:

Then:

plot{x arctan(x/(x^2+1)) [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

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The limit of xArctan(x/x^2+1) as x approaches positive infinity is π/2.

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