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    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!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LexiRae View Post
    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?
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