Evaluate the limit, if it exists. If not, enter "n" below.\\ \\
the answer gave me -6/-5, help please
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(t+3)(t-3)/(2t+1)(t+3), cancel the t+3's
t-3/2t+1 = -3-3/2(-3)+1 = -6/-5 but it aint right
Originally Posted by wannous (t+3)(t-3)/(2t+1)(t+3), cancel the t+3's
t-3/2t+1 = -3-3/2(-3)+1 = -6/-5 That's the idea, so can you write that value more appropriately ?
i do not understand what u mean
Originally Posted by wannous i do not understand what u mean -6/-5 can be simplified.
Originally Posted by wannous to 1.2? Yes, that's correct. Although 6/5 is what I had in mind.
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