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Jimmy25
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This has been bugging for a while and I haven't found an answer.
Say you have a function with a vertical asymptote. This asymptote approaches infinity from both sides.
The limit approaching from either side would be infinity. So would you say the limit is infinity or does not exist?
Say you have a function with a vertical asymptote. This asymptote approaches infinity from both sides.
The limit approaching from either side would be infinity. So would you say the limit is infinity or does not exist?