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Asked Nov 29, 2019
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Find the limit or show that it does not exist 

:
x2 + y
Vx
2
[B] lim
(x,y)->(0,0)
+ y +1 -1
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: x2 + y Vx 2 [B] lim (x,y)->(0,0) + y +1 -1

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Step 1

To find:

lim
(x.y)(0,0)
Consider the function
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lim (x.y)(0,0) Consider the function

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Step 2

Multiply the function, by its conjugate...

(xy +)
y? 1(yx* + y? 4+1+1
(x+y'+y1+1)
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(xy +) y? 1(yx* + y? 4+1+1 (x+y'+y1+1)

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