Hey having trouble with this one guys. Cheers
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Definitely the wrong forum, but I ain't the po-lice. Wait that did nothing..? One sec. Oh, approach it from the right and left and see what the deal is. BTW \lim_{x\rightarrow -2}
Originally Posted by smplease Hey having trouble with this one guys. Cheers what about dividing by x to get
Originally Posted by harish21 what about dividing by x to get What does this accomplish?
Originally Posted by Anonymous1 What does this accomplish? the limit does not exist!
Originally Posted by harish21 the limit does not exist! When this happens you average them. So the limit is . . . Don't worry I'm not serious.
Thanks guys. I thought I must have been doing it wrong because I kept getting undefined answers but this explains why
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