D danielh9103 Jul 2010 20 1 New Jersey Jul 29, 2010 #1 My tutor was trying to teach me limits but i have no idea how to solve this one: lim 1 x-->2 (x-2)^2 we had to make a chart and a graph, which i already did. It asks what the limit is

My tutor was trying to teach me limits but i have no idea how to solve this one: lim 1 x-->2 (x-2)^2 we had to make a chart and a graph, which i already did. It asks what the limit is

H HallsofIvy MHF Helper Apr 2005 20,249 7,909 Jul 29, 2010 #2 danielh9103 said: My tutor was trying to teach me limits but i have no idea how to solve this one: lim 1 x-->2 (x-2)^2 we had to make a chart and a graph, which i already did. It asks what the limit is Click to expand... Okay, what does your graph show? Does the graph get closer and closer to some specific y values as x gets closer and closer to 2? If yes, then that y value is the limit. If not, then the limit does not exist. Reactions: CaptainBlack

danielh9103 said: My tutor was trying to teach me limits but i have no idea how to solve this one: lim 1 x-->2 (x-2)^2 we had to make a chart and a graph, which i already did. It asks what the limit is Click to expand... Okay, what does your graph show? Does the graph get closer and closer to some specific y values as x gets closer and closer to 2? If yes, then that y value is the limit. If not, then the limit does not exist.