Megan S.

asked • 09/16/15

can the product of two limits, one defined, the other DNE, be defined, or will it also be DNE?

Let's say you have: if lim x->a f(x) exists, lim x->a g(x) does not exist, could f(x)g(x) exist?
By that same vein, if lim x->a f(x) exists, lim x->a g(x) does not exist, could f(x)/g(x) exist? & if lim x->a f(x) does not exist, lim x->a g(x) does exist, could f(x)/g(x) exist? 

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Arnold F. answered • 09/24/15

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