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Find the limit, if it exists, or show that the limit does not exist. lim of x+y/y^2-x^2 as (x,y) approaches the point (-1,1).

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    Evaluate the limit along the line y=mx where m∈R.
    f(x,y)
    =(x+y)/(y^2-x^2)
    =(x+mx)/(m^2x^2-x^2)
    =x(1+m)/[x^2(m+1)(m-1)]
    =1/[(m-1)x]

    Since the limit depends on m, the limit does not exist.

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