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Homework Statement
The Attempt at a Solution
it does not exist, but i can't get different limits, I am only getting it approaches 0
i replaced x=1 only, y=0 only, y=x, x=y but I'm only getting 0 as my limit.
thanks
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im still approaching 0 when x=y
Yes, if you let x=1, and take the limit of the result as y→0, the limit is zero.Homework Statement
The Attempt at a Solution
it does not exist, but i can't get different limits, I am only getting it approaches 0
i replaced x=1 only, y=0 only, y=x, x=y but I'm only getting 0 as my limit.
thanks
Yes, if you let x=1, and take the limit of the result as y→0, the limit is zero.
Similarly, letting y=0 and taking the limit of the result as x→1, also gives zero.
Use these results along with the limit obtained as others have suggested. What's your final conclusion?