Ephilo
lim t->2 t+2/t^2-4=?
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wio
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\[
t^2-4 = (t-2)(t+2)
\]
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Can you do it now?
Ephilo
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no :/ :(
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Why not? The t+2 cancels out
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Hmmmm, if you still can't do it, then check if it exists.
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The limit, when approaching from the left is negative infinity
The limit, when approaching from the right is positive infinity
Therefore the limit does not exist