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    Help Needed with Advanced Limits #1

    I was wondering if someone could help me with the problem within the picture:




    I am in dire need of a step by step explanation as I answered this as +INFINITY and was incorrect
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    Can someone at least tell me what the significance is of (p,f(p)) is a local maximum for g??
    What I don't understand is how to put connect this information to the overall problem. For me this info doesn't help because I just can't picture it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Some1Godlier View Post
    Can someone at least tell me what the significance is of (p,f(p)) is a local maximum for g??
    What I don't understand is how to put connect this information to the overall problem. For me this info doesn't help because I just can't picture it
    AI stll haven't figured out the connection. I was thinking to make G(x)=-x^2 + 3 but then it didn't work out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Some1Godlier View Post
    I was wondering if someone could help me with the problem within the picture:




    I am in dire need of a step by step explanation as I answered this as +INFINITY and was incorrect
    The limit does not exist since the numerator for x close to p can be made as close to 3 as we like and the denominator can be made as small as one likes so the ratio of these is can be made as large as one likes.


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