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    Can these 2 limits be equal??

    Find an example of 2 distinct values a and b such that lim f(x) where x -->a = lim f(x) where x-->b. if not possible explain why.
    pleeeeease help me im so stressed and confused!
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    What about for the parabola y = (x + 1)(x + 2)?

    Surely \lim_{x \to -1}y = \lim_{x \to -2}y = 0...
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