I need to find the lim (squ(1+2x)-squ(1+3x)) / (x+2x^2) as x goes to 0 and where x>0. Would you multiply by the conjugate?
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Originally Posted by frenchguy87 I need to find the lim (squ(1+2x)-squ(1+3x)) / (x+2x^2) as x goes to 0 and where x>0. Would you multiply by the conjugate? Do you mean the limit of: as x goes to zero??
Originally Posted by frenchguy87 I need to find the lim (squ(1+2x)-squ(1+3x)) / (x+2x^2) as x goes to 0 and where x>0. Would you multiply by the conjugate?
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