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nickymarden

  • 4 years ago

limx→1+(x+2)/(x+1)

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  1. nickymarden
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    limx→1+(x+2)/(x+1)

  2. nickymarden
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    I just want to know why the numerator became 1

  3. nickymarden
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    1/limx→1+x+1 x has to be tending to -1 right?

  4. TuringTest
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    is this\[\lim_{x\to1^+}{x+2\over x+1}\]?

  5. nickymarden
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    no \[\lim_{x \rightarrow 1}\]

  6. nickymarden
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    but i think it's supposed to be \[\lim_{x \rightarrow-1}\]

  7. DHASHNI
    • 4 years ago
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    3/2 is the ans!

  8. nickymarden
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    but in the books answer it says +\[+\infty\]

  9. nickymarden
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    but thanks :)

  10. TuringTest
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    if x is going to -1 then \(+\infty\) is certainly the answer

  11. nickymarden
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    then i'm right. and there was a typing error. Thank again.

  12. TuringTest
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    welcome :)

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