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#30

hyrule ONLINE (11/06/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Actually the two sided limit is undefined. But as x approaches 8 from the left, the limit is infinity. As x approaches 8 from the right, the limit goes to +infinity.
Sources: I'm Chinese. I'm born with this knowledge imbued in me.
Sources: I'm Chinese. I'm born with this knowledge imbued in me.
#91

holololland (11/06/2012) [+] (1 reply)
**holololland rolled a random image posted in comment #1228229 at Item Discussion ** mfw math
#78

drastronomy (11/06/2012) [+] (11 replies)
15, do not know this
i am interested in math
someone briefly explain  wikipedia article sucks ass
i am interested in math
someone briefly explain  wikipedia article sucks ass
#83 to #78

anon (11/06/2012) []
in the first one it is asking for a limit (lim) or the value of y as x approaches 8. The close you get to 8 (8.0001 for instance), the smaller the number you are dividing by, which inscreases the number you are dividing. so when you get really really small like .00000000000001 it approaches infinity.
for the second one it is asking about the value of y as the line of the second equation's graph approaches 5 on the x axis. The close you get to 5, the smaller the denominator becomes and the lager the numerator becomes after division; the limit is infinity again.
the joke is based on the two upright 8's and the "sideways 8" (infinity sign) in the first one and there being 5 upright 5's in the second so someone put a sideways 5 as the answer
for the second one it is asking about the value of y as the line of the second equation's graph approaches 5 on the x axis. The close you get to 5, the smaller the denominator becomes and the lager the numerator becomes after division; the limit is infinity again.
the joke is based on the two upright 8's and the "sideways 8" (infinity sign) in the first one and there being 5 upright 5's in the second so someone put a sideways 5 as the answer
#36

blackenvy (11/06/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I remember seeing the picture as a kid. At that time I was looking at it for 30 min trying to figure out how it is done. In the end I have come to a conclusion that I just can t do it.
On this very day in exactly 1 h I have a partial exam in limes and demand and supply functions. Is it irony that I see this picture today ?
On this very day in exactly 1 h I have a partial exam in limes and demand and supply functions. Is it irony that I see this picture today ?
#64

kleip (11/06/2012) [+] (3 replies)
This is actually a common misconception. You see, because of the way the lim matrix is constructed, the vector between the unknown value of x and the constant 5 is unparallel to the equation's infinitly changing result. Thus the final sum must be inverded from the one currently shown.
In this case, I direct your eyes to the attached .png file to my left for the actual result.
You're welcome.
In this case, I direct your eyes to the attached .png file to my left for the actual result.
You're welcome.
#42

climbingupthewalls (11/06/2012) [] i'm switching to a math major with actuary science concentration, and we're starting integration in calc I soon. MFW i saw this