nickymarden
lim 1/(x+2).(X2)
x>2



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TuringTest
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\[\lim_{x\to2}{1\over(x+2)(x2)}\]?

nickymarden
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yeah :)

TuringTest
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can you find the left and right hand limits?

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\[\lim_{x\to2^+}{1\over(x+2)(x2)}\]and\[\lim_{x\to2^}{1\over(x+2)(x2)}\]

nickymarden
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so it has 2 answers? i did that already but it says the answer is \[1/3\sqrt[3]{4}\]

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that's not correct...

nickymarden
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yeah, thank you. I was just checking :)

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sure you're looking at the right problem :P ?

nickymarden
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yeah lol

nickymarden
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but thank you anyway.

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well I'm telling you the answer to the problem you posted is that the limit does not exist, so there must be a typo in your book

nickymarden
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i got to the same answer as you, guess the book is wrong then haha.


nickymarden
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i knew i wasn't crazy :P

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not this time ;)