Finding Limits in a Rational Expression Containing Two Variables
The question I am stuck on is:
lim sp (x+h)² – x²
h→0 spc h
I know that h=0 is undefined because that would make the denominator 0. I also know that if I sub 0 in to solve the limit algebraically, I get 0 as a numerator as well, which I know is indeterminate form.
The problem is, I am not sure how to further factor in order to get h out of the denominator, or if there is even a limit. My textbook says that most often indeterminate form suggests that there is a limit. I am just unsure as to what I should do next.
As for background information, I am new to these topics but generally catch on well enough. I am just looking for a little direction.
Re: Finding Limits in a Rational Expression Containing Two Variables
Expand , therefore you get: