Find the Limit: I multiplied the numerator and denominator by the denominator, then started factoring things out and I ended up getting 1/64. WebAssign is telling me this is wrong, but I can't figure out why. Any help?
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Originally Posted by topher0805 Find the Limit: I multiplied the numerator and denominator by the denominator, then started factoring things out and I ended up getting 1/64. WebAssign is telling me this is wrong, but I can't figure out why. Any help? Things can get tricky with the . To avoid trouble, make the substitution t = -x. Then you want . Note that: . .
Well, I did need help with that one too but the one I was actually describing is now in my original post.
Originally Posted by topher0805 Well, I did need help with that one too but the one I was actually describing is now in my original post. You can't just do an edit and completely change the question that's been replied to! It's poor form. Good job I quoted the original original post. New question - new post.
Originally Posted by topher0805 Find the Limit: I multiplied the numerator and denominator by the denominator, then started factoring things out and I ended up getting 1/64. WebAssign is telling me this is wrong, but I can't figure out why. Any help? Divide top and bottom by x and then take the limit:
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