I am given this limit and am asked to find parameters α and β
$\displaystyle \lim _{x \mapsto 1 } \frac{x^2 + \alpha x + \beta}{x^2 - 1} = 2$
Thanks, I do understand the reasoning behind this however I am curious is there another way of going about it without having to introduce a new parameter (c) ?
Also here is another similar case which I can't solve
$\displaystyle \lim _{x\mapsto 0} \frac {\gamma + \delta \sin {x}}{x^2} = 3$
again I have to find γ and δ however I haven't been able to figure out how to proceed
First, Never, never continue an existing thread with a new question.
With a new question always start a new thread.
Now, as written $\displaystyle \lim _{x\mapsto 0} \frac {\gamma + \delta \sin {x}}{x^2} = 3$ has no solution.
If it were $\displaystyle \lim _{x\mapsto 0} \frac {\gamma x + \delta \sin {x}}{x^2} = 3$ there is a solution.
Now, I am absolutely not a fan of using l'Hopital's rule for limits, but in this case it is useful.