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**CalcGeek31** I don't know how to type with the math code, so this may look weird but bear with me please.

x^3(y^2)

lim _________

(x,y) -> (0,0) x^2 + y^2

I have already figured that the limit does not exist, because it comes out to 0/0,

== Uuh?? How in the world did you figure that out, anyway?

Because |(x^3)(y^2)/[x^2+y^2]| <= xy^2 --> 0 when (x,y) --> (0,0)...

Tonio

however, I have to prove it through paths. I have one path where I changed the y to another x, and got the answer of 0, however, i have been going through multiple paths and can not get anything but 0 to compare it with. Any help is appreciated.

This problem has continued to evade me.