# Definition of limit

Please I need help on this one.

Use the $$($$ $$\varepsilon$$ ,$$\delta$$ $$)$$ definition of limit to prove that

lim $$($$x+y/$$x^2$$+$$y^2$$+1$$)$$=0
(x,y)$$\rightarrow$$(0,0)

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Hurkyl
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lim $$($$x+y/$$x^2$$+$$y^2$$+1$$)$$=0
(x,y)$$\rightarrow$$(0,0)