find lim (x,y) aproach(0,0) 2xy/((x^2)+2y^2 if it exists, explain why the limit does or does not exist Use polar coordinates to find lim(x,Y)approach(0,0) (sin(x^2+y^2))/(x^2+y^2)
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Originally Posted by samdmansam find lim (x,y) aproach(0,0) 2xy/((x^2)+2y^2 if it exists, explain why the limit does or does not exist Mr F asks: What value do you get if you approach (0, 0) along the line y = mx ....? Therefore ..... Use polar coordinates to find lim(x,Y)approach(0,0) (sin(x^2+y^2))/(x^2+y^2) Mr F says: Then go to polars!: ..
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