I need help with a math problem or else Ms. Vick will lower my grade.

How do I find the limit and determine the continuity of this equation?

lim x*e^(yz)

(x,y,z) -> (2,0,1)

Thanks.

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- Feb 26th 2006, 01:16 PMme > jallison + browniecalc help (limit and continuity of a multivariable equation)
I need help with a math problem or else Ms. Vick will lower my grade.

How do I find the limit and determine the continuity of this equation?

lim x*e^(yz)

(x,y,z) -> (2,0,1)

Thanks. - Feb 26th 2006, 02:50 PMtopsquarkQuote:

Originally Posted by**me > jallison + brownie**

In this case nothing bad is going on. e^(0*1) is pretty tame and there's nothing to stop x from being 2. So basically you can just plug in the values for x, y, and z.

I can't help you with continuity, because you haven't listed an equation!

-Dan