# Thread: really hard calc problem

1. ## really hard calc problem

if t is not equal to 0, what is the limit as x approaches t of
(x^2-t^2)/(x^2-tx)

THANKS SO MUCH!

2. Originally Posted by LexiRae
if t is not equal to 0, what is the limit as x approaches t of
(x^2-t^2)/(x^2-tx)

THANKS SO MUCH!
$\frac{(x-t)(x+t)}{x(x-t)}$
Now what?