Mathematics

OpenStudy (anonymous):
need help on the attached document

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Attach it please.

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):
I can't C it.

OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
see* xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):
OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):
WOW @meme.

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OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
LOL, wow ? are yu shocked that i can spell xD

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):
you*

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):
haha, RIght.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Is it x^2-4x+2?

OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
no solution xD or undefined

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
no 2- is under the limit

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Okay, then what's the equation?

OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
well, -6 /0 is math error thats why

OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
im not sure though , saifoo can help xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):
limit does not exist because denominator goes to 0 but numerator does not

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OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
woops my bad 2/0 xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):
what do you mean the numerator does not go to zero? So if numerator was zero would the answer be infinity

OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
well, type 2/0 in yur calculator then its math error so the lim does not exist

OpenStudy (anonymous):
in what example would the answer be infinite

OpenStudy (mimi_x3):
well, when its math error

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
so since there math error will the solution be infinite?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
So which of these would be the answer
1. limit = 2
2. limit = −2
3. limit = −∞
4. none of the other answers
5. limit = ∞