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Colin
10/08/12 5:22pm

How does one use Mathematica to find a multivariable limit?

example:
the limit of (x^2+y^2)/(sqrt(x^2+y^2-1)-1) as x->0 and y->0

I know wolfram alpha can do this using this command:
lim_({x,y}->{0,0})(x^2+y^2)/(sqrt(x^2+y^2+1)-1)

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Multivariable limits Colin 10/08/12 5:22pm
Re: Multivariable limits Bill Simpson 10/08/12 7:22pm
Re: Re: Multivariable limits Colin 10/09/12 2:54pm
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