calculus
posted by andre
Find
lim as (x,y) goes to (0,0) of
(e^(x^2y^2)1)/(x^2+y^2).

Steve
lim (e^u^21)/u^2
= lim (2u e^u^2)/2u = 1
Now let u^2 = x^2+y^2
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