A two dimension limit

1. Mar 4, 2013

tt2348

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
$\lim _{ (x,y)\rightarrow (0^{ + },0^{ + }) }{ \frac { { e }^{ \sqrt { x+y } } }{ 4x+2y-5 } }$

2. Relevant equations
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SO I did the problem. I usually sub 1/n for 0+ in most of these, but clearly the top goes to 1 from +inf, and the bottom goes to -5.... Hence... -1/5

But.
The multiple choice was

A)$\stackrel{\nearrow}{\rightarrow}\frac {1 }{ 5 }$

B) $\frac {1 }{ 5 }$

C)$\stackrel{\nearrow}{\rightarrow}1$

D) 1

What on earth does $\stackrel{\nearrow}{\rightarrow}$ mean?!!?!?

2. Mar 4, 2013

Dick

Nothing wrong with what you did. I have no idea what they are trying to say.