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.
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.
The first question to ask when you are doing a limit: "Is there anything to stop the variables from taking on those quantities?" In particular, things to look out for that can happen are and practically anything else that isn't well defined.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