jennychan12
Find the limit if it exists. lim x> 0 of (x1)/(x^3+5x). Do you just take the derivative? Or use the lim h> 0 f(x+h) method?



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jennychan12
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oh sorry i meant the \[\lim_{h \rightarrow 0} \frac{ f(x+h)  f(x) }{ h }\] method.

NotTim
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f(x+h) method

jennychan12
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ok thanks.

NotTim
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the 2nd method is what i mean

NotTim
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course...i don't remember this stuf...

jennychan12
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yeah, thanks. i can do it from there. :)

NotTim
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no..like rite off the bat i might have chosen the wrong choice...

jennychan12
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its aiight. i'll do the algebra

NotTim
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ok awesome. also, that medal's not necessary...