O otownsend Mar 2017 358 3 Massachusetts Jun 16, 2019 #1 In the image below, how am I applying the limit laws wrong? I know the correct solution is 5, but I get -1! The problem I am facing is something related to my usage of the product rule for limits.

In the image below, how am I applying the limit laws wrong? I know the correct solution is 5, but I get -1! The problem I am facing is something related to my usage of the product rule for limits.

P Plato MHF Helper Aug 2006 22,507 8,664 Jun 16, 2019 #2 otownsend said: In the image below, how am I applying the limit laws wrong? I know the correct solution is 5, but I get -1! The problem I am facing is something related to my usage of the product rule for limits. View attachment 39425 Click to expand... Your limits are absolutely correct. But you middle school arithmetic is lousy. \(\displaystyle 3\cdot 1-1+3=5\) Last edited: Jun 16, 2019 Reactions: 1 person

otownsend said: In the image below, how am I applying the limit laws wrong? I know the correct solution is 5, but I get -1! The problem I am facing is something related to my usage of the product rule for limits. View attachment 39425 Click to expand... Your limits are absolutely correct. But you middle school arithmetic is lousy. \(\displaystyle 3\cdot 1-1+3=5\)