In Exercises 21-74, calculate the limit algebraically. If the limit does not exit, say why,
[HINT: See Example 2.]
To calculate: The value of algebraically and give reason, if limit does not exist.
The provided limit is .
The determinate form is as follows:
Where, k is any constant. And, the form are indeterminate form.
Consider the limit,
The function is a closed-form function, is a singular point.
Now, substitute in the function ;
It has the determinate form .
For the limit , x is approaching 0 from the right, so the denominator is negative
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