Hi guys thanks for helping me here's the questions. 1) Evaluate each limit via direct reasoning or an algebraic approach. Where appropriate, use infinity (or -infinity) in your answer. lim x->2 x+5/x-2
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Limit doesn't exist because it goes to - infinity when you approach from the left and + infinity when you approach from the right.
Originally Posted by vincisonfire Limit doesn't exist because it goes to - infinity when you approach from the left and + infinity when you approach from the right. I really don't understand how you got that..
Evaluate values close to two or do the graph.
Originally Posted by vincisonfire Evaluate values close to two or do the graph. I'm stuck on this problem lim x-> infinity (4x-3)/(7x+8)
Originally Posted by quigee I'm stuck on this problem lim x-> infinity (4x-3)/(7x+8) Add a constant to the numerator so the fraction divides. Compensate of course by adding a second fraction with the same denominator.
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