Ok, so here is the limit question that has been giving me some difficulty:
The lim of x+2 divided by the square root of 6 + x minus the square root of 2 - x as x approaches -2
(Sorry, if I don't know how to put it in symbols otherwise I would >//<; )
Also, any general tips on finding the proper way to "play with"/solve limits would be much appreciated. Thanks for any help in advance!
Ah! Thank you! I see I shouldn't have multiplied the top out, do you think you could help me with another question?
The limit of x-8 divided by (the cube root of x) - 2 as x approaches 8.
Hint: . You know how to factorise a difference of two cubes, right ....?
Originally Posted by Toaster
FYI New threads should be created for new questions.
Mmm, yes I do.
Thanks for the hint and the heads-up. ^_^