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Amenah8

  • one year ago

FIND THE LIMIT: limit as x --> 2 from the positive side of 1/(x-2) CLICK TO SEE THE DRAWING, IT'S EASIER TO UNDERSTAND!

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  1. Amenah8
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  2. lochana
    • one year ago
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    it is infinity I think

  3. lochana
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    well, positive infinity

  4. lochana
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    you will need to draw the graph of 1/(x-2)

  5. lochana
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  6. lochana
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    understand that those curves are the graph of 1/(x-2)

  7. Amenah8
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    okay i get that part

  8. lochana
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    now come from positive infinity to 2 through x axis

  9. lochana
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    you will see that as you get closer to 2 , Y is getting higher and higher up to positive infinity .

  10. Amenah8
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    could i graph 1/(x-2) on my calculator?

  11. lochana
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    well, you can graph online,

  12. Amenah8
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    so because it is not numbered, it is positive infinity. it never hits the y axis.

  13. lochana
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    you are correct

  14. Amenah8
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    oh, and one more thing, where would i go to graph it online? could i use desmos?

  15. lochana
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    oh I am afraid, you need to find it on your own. I have drawn this graph multiple times. :)

  16. lochana
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    bye

  17. Amenah8
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    haha, okay, thank you so much!

  18. lochana
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    my pleasure

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