The limit as x approaches infinity of 1/x equal 0. WHY?

Anonymous
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I know that if the degree in the denominator is higher than the numerator the answer will always be 0 but in the case when (the limit as x approaches infinity of 1/x is 0 ) there are no degrees, what would my explanation be?

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