I was just doing some homework, and I got to thinking about this.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So if the limit of a function is an imaginary number, does that mean that the limit does not exist? Or that it does not exist on the xy-plane, or what?

I mean...imaginary and complex numbers exist, we just can't graph them on a Cartesian plane, right? Right?

I've managed to confuse myself terribly.

Please, help my brain.

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# Can the limits of a function be imaginary?

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