Go to this site: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/CalcIII/Limits.aspx
Check out example c, explain to me how and why he gets 0 in the first 2 limits when he has a situation of 0/x^4 and 0/y^4 where x and y goes to 0.

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Come on, it's saturday night, you dont go out and do stuff, you do math stuff instead... :P

It's kinda awkward to describe in words, but does it make sense conceptually?

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