• anonymous
Use graphs and tables to find the limit and identify any vertical asymptotes of limit of 1 divided by the quantity x minus 2 as x approaches 2 from the left.
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lmLatextfy :p \(\huge \lim_{x \to 2 -} \ \frac{1}{x-2}\) [not great, i still can't get the arrow under the lim] i assume you have worked out what happens when x = 2, so i suspect you have to get the graph or other paper out and draw some stuff for values of x coming from the left towards x = 2, maybe starting at x = 0 and increasing in increments of 0.25? take your pick. or make a table showing what happens.....

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