# Simply limit question

1. Oct 13, 2006

### Checkfate

This question doesn't apply to any question I am working on, I am just trying to jog my memory.

If we are evaluating a limit and get the limit as x approaches 0 is 35/0 (for example!), the limit is still undefined correct? For some reason my mind is telling me it represents infinity... but I don't think this is right. lol.

2. Oct 13, 2006

### Checkfate

lol btw, title was supposed to read "SIMPLE limit question." :)

3. Oct 13, 2006

the limit is $$\infty$$, because you never actually hit 0. btw, are you m or f?

4. Oct 13, 2006

### Checkfate

Male.

needed 10 characters.

5. Oct 13, 2006

### Checkfate

Thanks for the help on 2 of my questions today, btw.

6. Oct 13, 2006

### msimard8

Limit question

Find the coordinates of the point on the curve f(x)=3x^2-4x, where the tangent is parallel to the line y=8x.

Ok i know the slope of the tangent is 8.

and i know the formula is m=[f(a+h)-f(a)]/h