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Lukecrayonz Group Title

Limits http://gyazo.com/f61c38a2d688b8adab37736d44e82c09

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  1. myininaya Group Title
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    Ok, we don't care what actually happens at 2, just around. As we move closer to 2 on the left what are y values getting close to?

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    4

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  3. myininaya Group Title
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    Right not what about from the right?

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    2

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    So it's false.

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    Yeah I think so

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    Is this correct then? http://gyazo.com/79e70a5b15e9035d7b632dc7793f31ab

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    you are right because left limit does not approach the same as right limit

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    The second question, it's does not exist, correct?

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    you are right because the left limit does not equal the right limit

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  11. Lukecrayonz Group Title
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    Oh okay :-) Thank you. I'll be here for a while asking questions. Taking my calc midterm in 2 days.

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  12. myininaya Group Title
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    left limit is infinity right limit is negative infinity they are clearly going in completely directions when getting closer to pi/2

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    different directions*

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  14. Lukecrayonz Group Title
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    That's exactly what I thought. Thank you.

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  15. myininaya Group Title
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    If we had |dw:1381514362557:dw| we could say the limit as x approaches 0 is infinity since both sides approach the same type of infinity

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    If we had this |dw:1381514417500:dw| we would say the limit as x approaches 0 doesn't exist because they approach different types of infinity

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    different types of infinity i mean positive and negative

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