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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

find one-sided limit, lim as x approches -2 from left, of (2x^2+x+1)/(x+2) !

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  1. anonymous
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    does that factorial "!" sign supposed to be there?

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    no solution

  3. anonymous
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    nooooo its just a exclemation mark ...

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    oh ok. one sec

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    This should approach negative infinity. The numerator approaches 7, where if you plug in something that is close to -2 from the left (lets say -1.99999) then you see that its gonna be a very small negative number. Which then causes this entire expression blow to negative infinity

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