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− | The limit of <math> \frac {x^2 | + | The limit of <math> \frac {x^2-1}{x-1}</math> as <math>x</math> approaches <math>1</math> as a limit is: |
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Latest revision as of 22:56, 13 March 2015
Problem
The limit of as approaches as a limit is:
Solution
Limits do not take the value of the limiting function at the specified value into account, so we are essentially being asked to find the limit of as approaches . This is simply .
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