Re: How do i know when to plug limit into my calculator or solve algebraicaly
Originally Posted by dusech3
I NEED HELP FINDING LIMITS ALGEBRAICALLY
lim t^3+8/t+2 t-->-2
The first thing you should try, to find is calculating f(a). That doesn't work for this problem because both numerator and denominator are 0. And that is 0 when t= -2 [b]tells/b] you that it has a factor of t+ 2. That is, for some a and b. What are they?
Last edited by HallsofIvy; November 18th 2012 at 12:00 PM.