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    Evaluating a limit

    I'm not sure how to calculate the following

    lim(z tends to -i) (z^2-iz)/(2z^2+2)
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    Why not try L'Hopital's Rule?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joesmith View Post
    I'm not sure how to calculate the following

    lim(z tends to -i) (z^2-iz)/(2z^2+2)
    You can consider that is...

    (1)

    ... and from (1) is easy to see that the limit z tends -i doesn't exist...

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