finding limits in calculus

Calculus
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Let G(x) = 5/(x-2)^2. 

Find lim x->2 G(x).  Round to nearest ten-thousandths.

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x   1.9   1.99   1.999   2

G(x)     ?      ?           ?      ?

I need to know if on the right track:

If x=1.9 would G(x)= 500 to the nearest ten-thousandths 500.0000?

(Work Showed)

lim x->2 5/(1.9-2)^2

lim x->2 5/0.01

lim x->2 = 500 to the nearest ten-thoousandths 500.0000

Apr 14th, 2015

Yeah! It looks that You are on right track :)

Apr 14th, 2015

So the steps showed are entered correctly? Thanks so much I am new to this and it is very frustrating. I will definitely be asking you more questions to see if I am on the right track. Thanks so much for the help and quick response Bilal. I will save you as a tutor.


Apr 14th, 2015

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Apr 14th, 2015

Plz Best :)

Apr 14th, 2015

Hi Bilal,

Ran into a problem at x = 2

The rest the chart is complete except for this one can you help?

G(x) = 5/(2-1)^2

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    x      1.9               1.99                  1.999                    2        2.001                   2.01                 2.1

G(x)     500.0000     50000.0000      5000000.0000     ?        5000000.0000     50000.0000     500.0000




Apr 14th, 2015

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