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Asked Sep 24, 2019
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Evaluate the limit, if it exists.

lim((3/(y2+y))- 3/y)

y-->0 

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Step 1

To determine the limit of function, if exists.

3
>0
lim y
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3 >0 lim y

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Step 2

Apply the limit on the ...

3
3
lim
y
y
3
3
lim
3-3( y 1
lim
y(y1)
-3y
lim
y-yy1
-3
lim
1
V
-3
{apply limit y 0}
0 1
=-3
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3 3 lim y y 3 3 lim 3-3( y 1 lim y(y1) -3y lim y-yy1 -3 lim 1 V -3 {apply limit y 0} 0 1 =-3

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