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    limit problem

    I am not understanding this. When I do the arithmetic, it comes out to \frac{0}{0}, but thats not right. Any suggestions?

    Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE).
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    \frac{t^2-16}{2t^2+9t+4} = \frac{(t-4)(t+4)}{(t+4)(2t+1)}

    now try again..
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