Calculus

Determine the following limits if it exists.

a. lim x-->5 (4x/x-5)

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  1. nope

    4x/(x-5) -> 20/0

    this is just algebra. Recall your rational functions work? Vertical asymptote at x=5.

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    posted by Steve
  2. Ik but shouldn't we try to factor the 4x. And I'm doing calc not adv fun anymore

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