Posted by **Moly** on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 7:20pm.

1. If -1/infinity = infinity or -infinity ?

2. If lim x->infinity^- = infinity & lim x->inifinity^+ = -infinity, then lim x->infinity = does not exist. Am i right? If im wrong please tell me the reason why?

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