Hi guys: I'm having a devil a time figuring out this problem. I could use any step-by-step help ya'll would be willing to lend: Evaluate the following limits: lim x-->14 (sqrt of x+2) - 4 / (x-14)^2 Thanks very much!
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Originally Posted by Hamza Hi guys: I'm having a devil a time figuring out this problem. I could use any step-by-step help ya'll would be willing to lend: Evaluate the following limits: lim x-->14 (sqrt of x+2) - 4 / (x-14)^2 Thanks very much! The expression can be re-written as ....
Last edited by mr fantastic; August 14th 2009 at 09:24 PM. Reason: Fixed an arithmetic error kindly pointed out by Matheagle by not pointing it out.
using conjugates on I get In that case I get which doesn't exist because you can get plus or minus infinity depending on how you approach 14.
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