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I just have a question about these two questions:

[tex] \lim_{y \to 3^{+}} \frac {y+1}{(y-2)(y-3)} [/tex]

and

[tex] \lim_{y \to 3} \frac {y+1}{(y-2)(y-3)} [/tex]

the solution to the first problem is infinity and the solution to the second is does not exist, is this because the first one is is approach 3 from the positive side so its basically 3.000000000000...1 and therefore infinity and the second is at 3 so the denominator is 0? If i am wrong please clarify this issue for me.

thanks!

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