Posted by **Sam ** on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 10:26pm.

In general, if lim x->a m(x) does not exist and

lim x->a n(x) does not exist, is it true that

lim x->a [m(x)+n(x)] does not exist? How about

lim x->a [m(x)*n(x)]

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